The Philadelphia Phillies ace is on the 60-day disabled list and might need season-ending elbow surgery. It also happens to be the final guaranteed season of his five-year, $120 million contract. And while the 36-year-old hasn’t said much about retiring, he might have given Major League Baseball fans a hint by putting his $6.9 million Philadelphia condo on the market.
Lee’s condo is like nothing you’ve ever seen before, either. According to Realtor.com, when the building, 1706 Rittenhouse Square, was built in 2010, its 31st-floor penthouse set a Philly record as the most expensive private residence in the city by selling for $12 million. And while Lee’s abode isn’t on the top floor, it certainly gets the job done.
First of all, the apartment comes with a $94,000-plus Mercedes-Benz S550 and a chauffeur. But no worries if you already own a car, as it also includes two automated underground parking spaces housed in a garage that summons your car via elevator at the touch of a button.
That same button, which comes in the form of a key fob, allows you to be the only person who can take the condo’s elevator to your floor. That’s right; you get your own floor.
Once you get to the 4,166-square-foot, 20th-floor palace, you’re greeted by stunning views of the City of Brotherly Love. And the building has everything you ever need, boasting a gym, game room, garden and 24-hour concierge.
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