Pitcher John Lackey for Boston Red Sox Buys $2.05M Penthouse


Starting pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, John Lackey, recently purchased a $2.05M Penthouse on Beacon Street in Boston’s Back Bay.  According to the Wall Street Journal, it was originally priced at nearly $2.4M, although Lackey was fortunate enough to pick it up for 13% less than the asking price.  He closed on the property on Nov. 1st of this year.  Last Dec. Lackey signed a 5 year contract with the Sox for $82.5M.

The 2381 sq ft home has an open floor plan with large windows letting in an abundance of natural light.  It also has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, granite counters and wood flooring in the kitchen, stainless steel appliances, formal dining and living rooms, tiled walls, built in bookshelves, vaulted ceilings in the master suite, a deck with views of Back Bay, and living room views of Charles River and Cambridge.

The WSJ does not mention an address or include any photos for the home, however the Boston Business Journal includes a Google Map that shows 334 Beacon Street.  The sellers listing agent, Richard Egan, has the home listed on the Mass Realty site at the same address.  The Condo Domain site also has the same pictures and what appear to be the same listing for the 334 Beacon address as Mass Realty.  I’m not certain if the photos listed are of Lackey’s unit, although if not, they appear to be of a similar unit or possible model unit within the complex.

Click here for more photos of the home.

For more information about Sports Relocation, Seattle real estate & other Athlete Homes, visit my website: www.aaronjrosen.com

Categories: MLB

Author:Aaron J Rosen

I'm a Real Estate Broker in Bellevue, WA and have been actively involved in the real estate industry for over 12 years. Helping people find their family's own "Home Sweet Home" is something I truly enjoy. I also love simply looking at homes; the design, architecture, quality, and every feature that makes each home unique. Recently I also had the opportunity to feature and host a home on HGTV’s “Million Dollar Rooms”. Take a look at some very unique and amazing homes owned by

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