Former MLB Pitcher Jack McDowell Selling His Encinitas, CA House For $1.395M

Former MLB pitcher and 3 time All-Star, Jack McDowell is selling his house in Encinitas, CA for $1.395M according to

McDowell’s house is 4,085sq-ft with 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and sits on a 0.78 acre lot. The gorgeous estate comes with a bright and flowing kitchen that opens up to the outdoor pool and lush backyard. The tropical lagoon pool also features a massive rock waterfall and waterslide. The private backyard additionally has a playhouse, swing set, firepit, fruit trees and a back gate which opens up to several walking & biking trails.

The interior of McDowell’s house also has hardwood floors made of Jarrah wood that was imported from Australia, panoramic views throughout, an entertainment center, 2 bonus rooms used for office or play rooms, a private Master Suite, and a west wing with 3 additional bedrooms.

McDowell spent 12 years in the MLB playing for Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians and Anaheim Angels. He was also the winner of the American League Cy Young Award in 1993. Currently McDowell is a musician with a rock band called Stickfigure. He also maintains a weblog for a site owned by the Chicago Tribune.

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