MLB Pitching Legend Tom Glavine’s House with Baseball Diamond

MLB Pitching Legend Tom Glavine's House with Baseball Diamond

Former Atlanta Braves pitcher and MLB legend, Tom Glavine is selling his $2M house in Alpharetta, GA according to Realtor.com.

Glavine’s colonial style house is 10,222 sq-ft with 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces, a 3 car garage, and sits on a perfectly landscaped 1.95 acres. Glavine’s 3 story home features a 2 story formal foyer and living room, dramatic double staircase in the foyer, paneled study, banquet size dining room, main level Master Suite with luxury spa bathroom and private sitting area, and 5 additional bedrooms and 4 baths on the upper level. The home also includes a media room, game room with pool table, wine cellar, personal gym, indoor golf room with simulator, full size basketball court, private backyard with pool, and a personal baseball diamond found on an elevated portion of the backyard.

Glavine had 164 wins during the 1990s, which made him the 2nd winningest pitcher in the National League; 2nd only to his teammate Greg Maddux who had 176 wins. Glavine was 1 of only 24 pitchers (and just 6 left hand pitchers) in MLB history to earn 300 career wins. He was also a 2 time Cy Young Award winner and a 5 time 20 game winner.

Listed by Stephanie Lewis of Harry Norman REALTORS.

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

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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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