Retired baseball star Adrian Gonzalez is looking for a giant sale in La Jolla, listing the oceanfront Hamptons mansion for $16.48 million.
Gonzalez, who spent five seasons with the Padres and six seasons with the Dodgers during his decorated Baseball career, paid $7.2 million for the property in 2010, records show. .
The half-acre site is located in the Muirlands, a wealthy enclave named after the famous conservationist and naturalist John Muir. It spans nearly 10,000 square feet with three levels of living space extending to decks, patios and balconies facing the sea.
Three-story house. (Preview first)
Entry. (Preview first)
Hall. (Preview first)
Living room. (Preview first)
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Dining room. (Preview first)
Theatre. (Preview first)
Tasting room. (Preview first)
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Aerial view of the site. (Preview first)
Combining formal style with coastal flair, the floor plan features seven bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, and amenities such as a 12-seat cinema, wine cellar, tasting room, games room, lounge, and lounge. gym, elevator and wood-paneled office. Another highlight comes in the chef’s kitchen, which features a circular wall with picture windows that offer water views.
A spacious terrace hangs off the main floor, descending via double stairs to a paved courtyard with pool and spa. The fence borders a lawn at the edge of space.
Gonzalez was born in San Diego and played for Eastlake High School in Chula Vista before being drawn by the Florida Marlins with the first overall pick in the 2000 MLB draft. He spent 15 seasons in the league. , won four Golden Glove awards and played in five All-Star Games.
Maxine and Marti Gellens of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties hold the list.
https://www.latimes.com/business/real-estate/story/2022-06-07/former-dodger-adrian-gonzalez-lists-la-jolla-mansion-for-16-48-million Former Dodger Adrian Gonzalez lists La Jolla mansion for $16.48 million