Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier could turn a nice profit on his Arizona mansion.
Ethier, who purchased the home for $2 million back in 2010, is selling his mansion for $5 million. That’s obviously a lot of dough, but a glimpse inside (and outside) suggests it actually might be a bargain for whoever has the financial means to land the piece of property.
The mansion features a batting cage, a gym, a huge pool and a whole bunch of other cool stuff. It includes six bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and is 9,326 square feet, according to a listing on Zillow.com.
Absolutely extraordinary in every way, this stunning estate is highlighted by a magnificent main house (5 bedrooms; 4 full baths; 2 half baths; 9,326 square-feet) dressed with a wealth of rustic wood, leather-clad walls, a two-story “hers” dressing closet w/sliding ladder, and more. In addition, a massive multi-purpose building with approximately 5,628 livable SF boasts a batting cage, a game room, fitness center, kitchen and casita. Alfresco amenities include 2 water features, 4 generous-sized covered patios, elegant pool, spa and splash pad area, swim-up stools to barbeque island/bar, in-ground trampoline, soccer field/playground, windmill, fire-pit, garden and more.
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