Major League Baseball All-Star Eugenio Suárez just picked up a home in Pinecrest.
Suárez, an infielder for the Cincinnati Reds, paid $4.55 million for the 8,287-square-foot house at 6220 Southwest 108th Street, according to Brown Harris Stevens Miami. Property records show Sierra Development #2 LLC, led by Filiberto Sierra, sold the newly built mansion.
Josie Wang of Brown Harris Stevens Miami represented the seller, who paid $1.15 million for the 39,639-square-foot lot in 2015.
The Pinecrest estate features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a kitchen with double islands, a media room, guest suite and an outdoor kitchen.
Suárez, a 27-year-old, Venezuelan-born baseball player, played for the Detroit Tigers in 2014 before joining the Cincinnati Reds the following season. In March, he signed a seven-year, $66 million contract with the Reds and was named to the MLB’s All-Star Game this year.
A number of professional athletes call Pinecrest their home. Wang is also listing the estate of retired MLB star Placido Polanco nearby at 6430 Southwest 122nd Street for nearly $4.4 million.
In July, James Johnson of the Miami Heat paid $5.2 million for the house at 8955 Southwest 63rd Court.