Hey, batta batta! Red Sox owner lists Boca Raton mansion

Lakefront estate features a recording studio and home theater with concession stand

TRD MIAMI /
Nov.November 29, 2018 04:30 PM

Boston Red Sox owner John Henry (Credit: iStock)

Boston Red Sox owner John Henry is hoping for a home run.

Henry is listing his Boca Raton mansion for $25 million, as he and his family plan to build another home in Boca, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The 27,832-square-foot lakefront estate at 6011 Le Lac Road was built in 1995. Records show Henry paid about $850,000 for the 6.3-acre property in 1991.

The seven-bedroom home features a recording studio, movie theater with a full concession stand and an underground wine cellar. The den where he once kept his World Series championship trophies and other memorabilia comes equipped with a sports bar and professional card game table.

Other features include an outdoor dining area with a wood-burning pizza oven, and a guest wing with a separate entrance and parking.

Prior to buying the Red Sox in 2002, Henry founded the investment firm Henry & Company. He also owns the professional soccer team Liverpool Football Club and the Boston Globe newspaper.

Douglas Elliman’s Senada Adzem is listing the Boca Raton home. [WSJ]Amanda Rabines


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