San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain is selling his fully remodeled home in sunny San Francisco for $1.795M according to Trulia.com. Cain purchase the home back in 2008 and has since tried to sell, but has yet to see a buyer.
Cain’s Mid-Century house is 2,815 sq-ft with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The home boasts floor to ceiling windows and a big open floor plan that not only let’s in a huge amount of natural light, but also incredibly beautiful San Francisco Bay views. Cain’s home is detached on 3 sizes, which is one of the reasons it brings in so much natural light. The top floor includes an open living and dining room, solarium, a den with could act as a 5th bedroom, 2 Master Suites, and luxurious kitchen with 6-burner Thermador range, Bosch dishwasher, microwave, sound-system plus desk area with iPod dock and computer station. The lower level has an additional 2 bedrooms, which open up to a large viewing deck.
Content and photos courtesy of Trulia.
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