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.

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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.