Recently retired MLB home run hitter Pat Burrell, is selling his house in Scottsdale, Arizona for $3.695M. The contemporary home is located within the well to do gated community of Estancia Club, which also features the beautiful Troon North golf course.
Burrell’s house is nothing short of lacking. It has 6,931 sq-ft with 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and sits on a private and well manicured 1.45 acres. The home includes a gourmet kitchen, huge open living room, formal dining room, media room, wet bar, and an upstairs office & game room that can be accessed by not only by the immaculate staircase, but an elevator as well. The contemporary stone and stucco home also features a Control 4 total home automation system. By simply using a wireless touchpad, Burrell can control the alarm, door locks, drapes, lights, thermostat and other installed functions, all from the push of a button.
After an amazing career at University of Miami, Burrell was then drafted with the first overall pick in the 1998 MLB Draft by the Phillies. He played 12 seasons in the MLB; 9 with the Philadelphia Phillies, and the remainder with the Tampa Bay Rays and San Francisco Giants. Burrell not only helped the Phillies capture a World Series in 2008, but he also hit a total of 251 home runs (292 HRs for his career), while he was there. Midway through the 2010 season, Burrell signed on with San Francisco and played a huge role in a Giants playoff run that ended with a World Series championship.
The listing is presented by Tom Locati of Sotheby’s International Realty – Russ Lyon.
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