With the Major League Baseball playoffs in full swing, Mansion Global is taking a look at some homes from stars that really hit it out of the park.
If you want to live like an MLB star, here are five homes owned by former baseball greats that are on the market.
Location: San Diego, California
Listing Price: $4.395 million
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Former slugger Aubrey Huff, who played for the San Francisco Giants, Baltimore Orioles among others, recently relisted his home in San Diego for $4,395,000.
Occupying nearly an acre, the Mediterranean-style estate has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The 8,100-square-feet mansion comes with a open floor plan featuring detailed marble pillars, coffered ceilings and hand-crafted built-ins throughout.
The master wing on one end of the house is fit for an All-Star with its pool and sunset views, expansive dual walk-in closets, a bath with dual vanities, raised spa tub, oversized shower, sitting room and wet/coffee bar, and exercise room or nursery.
Outside, the relaxed space resides among mature palms and has a sitting room with a fireplace, a barbecue area, a pool with a waterfall, a basketball court and a trampoline.
Location: Hillsborough, California
Listing Price: $6.6 million
Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball’s home run king, just put his Bay Area mansion on the market for $6.6 million.
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.
Location: Orlando, Florida
Listing Price: $6.9 million
The Cincinnati Reds great Barry Larkin is giving his seven-bedroom mansion in Orlando another shot on the market. It was relisted in 2016 for $6.9 million after two failed attempts in 2012 and 2014.
The Hall of Famer’s 14,477-square-foot custom estate is located on 2.46 waterfront acres, complete with a tennis court, boat dock, and swimming pool.
The grand entrance with mosaic tile floor, stained glass rotunda and twin glass staircases welcome you inside. The property also comes with a gourmet kitchen, a formal dining room, a formal living room with magnificent two-story round glass wall overlooking a pool and waterfront. Walk outside to large indoor gym with full bath, two outdoor fireplaces, an outdoor theater, a large hot tub, a lighted tennis/basketball court, and covered multi-boat house.
It is an entertainer’s home, complete with professional sound studio, disco and separate two-story guest quarters with full kitchen and garage.
Location: Milton, Georgia
Listing Price: $4.998 million
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Former Atlanta Braves pitcher and Hall of Famer John Smoltz is selling his 22-acre estate in northern Georgia for $4.998 million.
The home includes 10 bedrooms and 10 full and four half bathrooms. Built with custom details, the property features a master suite, a chef’s kitchen, multiple wet bars and au pair suite.
Outdoor amenities, all designed by Mr. Smoltz, include a regulation-size football field, a full basketball court, nine golf tees and two greens, a tennis court, a fishing pond and, of course, a scaled-down baseball field.
The double gates provide privacy and security. The property also comes with an eight-car garage and gated parking court.
Location: Paradise Valley, Arizona
Listing Price: $19.995 million
The Hall of Famer and former pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Seattle Mariners and New York Yankees has put his 25,000-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion on the market for $19.995 million.
This five-acre estate boasts seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a detached two-bedroom guesthouse, a free-standing 1,800 square-foot fitness facility, a tennis court and more than 25,000 square feet of Arizona living space.
The master bedroom features an oversized sitting area, tranquil private patio and separate access to the rear grounds amid lush rose trellises.The estate comes with a private poker room with a firefighter pole through which you can go down to a movie theater with lots of big, comfy leather seats. A professional recording studio and music room features real bank-vault doors to shut out the sound.
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