Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball’s home run king, listed his Bay Area mansion last week for $6.6 million.
Mr. Bonds, 53, bought the five-bedroom house in Hillsborough, California, for $6 million in 2015, public records with PropertyShark show.
Built in 2007, the 5,170-square-foot Mediterranean-style home has beamed ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, a large family room, a master bedroom suite with a sitting area, five-and-a-half bathrooms, an outdoor kitchen, a three-car garage and separate guest quarters, according to the listing with Stanley Lo of Green Banker, who declined to comment.
Mr. Bonds, who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants, holds the records for career home runs (762) and single-season home runs (73). During a baseball career spanning 22 years, he also made 14 All-Star teams and won seven MVP awards. Mr. Bonds could not be reached for comment.
The Los Angeles Times first reported the listing.
Elsewhere in Hillsborough, a sprawling country estate that was once listed for $100 million, found a buyer in June, six weeks after taking a huge price cut. It entered into contract, with an asking price of $29.85 million, according to reports.
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