Kevin Sorbo’s Herculean Hamptons manse is back on the market

Kevin Sorbo via Instagram and 772 Middle Line Highway
Kevin Sorbo via Instagram and 772 Middle Line Highway

Evangelical Christian and TV’s son of Zeus, Kevin Sorbo is selling his sprawling 12,500-square-foot mansion. The star of “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “God’s Not Dead” is asking $6.5 million for his five-acre estate on the boarder of Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor.

Sorbo paid just $900,000 for 772 Middle Line Highway in 2001, where he built his eight-bedroom house. By 2012, Sorbo and his wife Sam Jenkins had, had enough, slapping the property back on the market for $10.5 million.

After failing to find a buyer, the property was rented out for allegedly illegal #sprayathon pool parties, causing the town to crack down.

Now, the three-story party pad is back with a greatly reduced ask. It includes a media room, private gym, chef’s kitchen, pool, pool house, landscaped grounds and is adjacent to a 3.5-acre pond.

Whether it will take Herculean strength or a prayer to sell the house is yet to be seen.