2006/12/Hulksters Mansion Is Now Off Market But

“The pack is back

Hulk Hogan garnered a lot of media attention when he put his Belleair, Fla., mansion on the market, asking $25 million. Now the home is off the market, according to the wrestler-turned-TV star.

Hogan told the St. Petersburg Times his family had bought a $12 million home in the Miami area to live in while he taped his show, “Hogan Knows Best” but said his family had decided to return to Belleair.

The neighbors are groaning. Before the Miami move, the family had been embroiled with local officials over the menagerie in the house: six dogs, two cats, three French hens (no, I’m not making this up) and 11 other birds, two toxic frogs (see previous note), five tortoises, two chinchillas, two ferrets, two iguanas, two rabbits and a rooster named Lilly.

Eventually, a court found the Hogans in compliance with laws that limit the number of animals in a household, though Hogan managed to hang on to a few extras by getting them designated as “actors,” as opposed to pets.”

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If you are still interested let me know, I sure I can arrange a showing for you.Brian Nygard