EntertainmentCelebrities John McEnroe’s Southampton estate lists for $14.5M John McEnroe is selling his estate, according to public records. Photo Credit: Google Earth By Danny Schrafel Special to Newsday May 18, 2016 6:39 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email This grand-slam of a sprawling Southampton estate on the market for $14.5 million belongs to tennis legend John McEnroe, according to public records. The 7,500-square-foot mansion on 2.17 acres was once a part of the Murray-McDonald compound, one of Southampton’s largest estates of yesteryear. The eight-bedroom, 7-½-bath home was built in 1996 and includes deeded ocean beach access, according to a listing. A master-bedroom suite includes two full bathrooms and a balcony. Seven additional guest bedrooms and bathrooms are situated in separate wings of the home for privacy. A “sun-drenched” living room features a vaulted ceiling, according to the listing. There are also formal and casual dining spaces, a library, office, den, sunroom and a chef’s kitchen. Large windows, balconies and terraces provide ocean breezes and views of the grounds, which include rolling lawns, color-infused specimen trees, gardens, an in-ground pool and a fully landscaped Har-Tru tennis court. Kathy Konzet of Sotheby’s Real Estate is the listing agent. Previous owners of portions of the Murray-McDonald compound include Standard Oil baron Henry Rogers and former Atari chief executive Ray Kassar, according to published reports. By Danny Schrafel Special to Newsday Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.