Former home of disgraced Enron CEO on market for $2M in Hunters Creek

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">A home formerly owned by disgraced Enron businessman Kenneth Lay is for sale for $2 million in Hunters Creek, TX (KTRK Photo/ Mel Garrett/MLS Shots)</span></div>
A home formerly owned by disgraced Enron CEO Ken Lay is for sale for $2 million in Hunters Creek, Texas.

The 5,538-square-feet brick home, located in the Tarrington Place subdivision, was built in 1983. It has six bedrooms, five full and two half baths, and an attached three-car garage. The home has a large yard and a circle driveway. It features hardwood floors, a grand staircase and a massive kitchen with granite counter tops.



Lay died on July 5, 2006. The former chairman and chief executive officer of Enron was convicted of conspiracy and fraud as a result of the scandal that left 20,000 employees without jobs and their life savings.
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