Greg Maddux, the former MLB pitching legend and Cy Young Award winner, has put his golf course house in Las Vegas, NV on the market for $2.25M according to Realtor.com. Maddux was the 1st pitcher in MLB history to win the Cy Young Award 4 consecutive years in a row. He was with the Atlanta Braves for 3 out of the 4 of those years, and with former teammates John Smoltz and Tom Glavine, who are also currently selling their homes as well.
Maddux’s golf course home was built in 1990 and includes 8,404 sq-ft with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, a 3 car garage, and sits on a 0.63 acre lot. The golf course home features a lavish foyer with spiral staircase and marble-lined floors, multiple living room areas, a formal sitting room and sunken area off the main entry, family room with pool table and wet bar, a chef’s kitchen with red granite and large center island, and an upstairs Master Suite with a built-in entertainment center, walk-in closets, and a private balcony. Outside is the resort style backyard that’s lined with palm trees and also comes with an outdoor kitchen, tropical pond and walkway, and a custom in-ground pool and waterfall.
Listed by Debra Wallace.
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