Retired baseball star Eric Davis, who played major league baseball from 1984 until 2001, has placed his four-bedroom, 7,234-square-foot house in Calabasas, Calif. on the market for $2,399,000.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Davis' listing of his house, which came on the market on Tuesday, April 14.
Built in 1994, Davis' house has six baths and a dramatic entry with marble floors and a wrought iron staircase, according to public records and listing information. Other features include a state-of-the-art media room with built-ins (and a granite wet bar, and a full bath), crown moldings, coffered ceilings, a whole-house speaker system, and a large family room with built-ins, a step-down granite wet bar, a fish tank and a fireplace, according to listing information. The house also has private baths in all bedrooms and a large master suite with a separate sitting room, fireplace, his and hers walk-in closets and a marble master bath, according to listing information. The house's gourmet kitchen has Viking and Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances, along with high-end SieMatic cabinetry with a walk-in pantry and a separate butler's pantry, according to listing information.
Outdoor features on the property, which is in Calabasas' Mountain View Estates area, include a pool, a spa, a barbecue pavilion, a half basketball court and grassy areas, all on a precisely half-acre (21,780-square-foot) lot, according to public records and listing information.
Davis, a onetime Los Angeles Dodger who spent most of his career with the Cincinnati Reds, purchased the house in mid-2001 for $1,650,000, according to public records.
We have no idea where Davis and his wife, Sherrie, are headed. We'll keep you posted on if they sell this house -- and if so, for how much. Stay tuned.