Poverty-hating Haltom City televangelist Murdock's $1.5 million mansion for sale
Haltom City Cashevangelist Mike Murdock, who asks donors to send him money by assuring them God could possibly, if things go right, reward them with big bucks, is selling his Argyle estate, valued at $1.5 million by the appraisal district.
A quote attributed to Murdock goes like this: “You will never become rich, until you hate poverty.”
His mansion - which includes an indoor fish pond, 3,000-square-foot tennis court, game room, water fall, jetted tub, four media rooms, swimming pool, exercise room, guest quarters and other amenities on 6.89 acres - certainly screams “I have something of an aversion to non-richness.”
Perhaps not surprisingly, Murdock, who goes by the moniker “Dr. Mike Murdock” on television — it’s an honorary degree — is trying to make a little profit on his 9,825-square-foot manor.
Its listed price is $3.2 million. (See video below for a virtual tour.) If you're lucky, he may also toss in a copy of his $10 Twitter tips book.
Murdock’s website for his church, The Wisdom Center, doesn’t indicate where MM may be moving.
Still, consider this, potential homebuyers: Not only do you get a home with five balconies, four gazebos and a sunken fire pit, you’ll be able to show others that they don't have to wait for heavenly rewards.
No matter how you raked in the money.