Which MLB player’s mansion would you buy?

Five players' mansions are on the market

New York Weekend Edition /
Oct.October 08, 2017 02:38 PM

Five Major League Baseball players’ homes are up for grabs; which would you choose to buy for a couple million? Check out the list, compiled by Mansion Global.

Aubrey Huff’s home in San Diego
Listing Price: $4.395 million

The 8,100-square-foot estate sits on about an acre of land with five bedrooms, a pool complete with its own waterfall, and a basketball court.

Barry Bonds’ place in Hillsborough, California
Listing Price: $6.6 million

The five-bedroom mansion has a three-car garage and an outdoor cooking area.

Barry Larkin’s Orlando, Florida mansion
Listing Price: $6.9 million

The mansion’s third time on the market, the 14,477-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and almost 2.5 acres of waterfront. The estate also has a pool, and extensive outdoor and indoor entertainment systems that include a professional studio and disco space.

John Smoltz’s Milton, Georgia estate
Listing Price: $4.998 million

With 10 bedrooms and an outdoor area with a football field, nine-hole golf course and a tennis court — all designed by the former player himself, this mansion seems like the millions buys the most amenities out of all five houses.

Randy Johnson’s Paradise Valley mansion
Listing Price: $19.995 million

The Arizona mansion is a big ask but the seven bedroom mansion and attached guesthouse and fitness building is worth it. There’s over 25,000 square feet of space, a firefighter pole that leads to a private movie theater, and a recording studio designed like a bank vault.

[Mansion Global] — E.K. Hudson


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