SCOTTSDALE — If you’ve ever wanted to live in the home of a Major League Baseball executive, now’s your chance.
Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall has listed his Paradise Valley home on the market through Russ Lyon-Sotheby’s International. The 6,438-square-foot mansion sits on just over 1.5 acres of land, and could be yours for the low price of $2.89 million.
Hall’s four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom home is located on a corner lot adjacent to Mummy Mountain, and was recently renovated with more than $500,000 worth of improvements. The D-backs executive has lived in the Valley with his wife and three children since 2005.
The home boasts many amenities to make a prospective owner feel like a professional sports executive, including a split floor plan that features his and her office space. In addition, a chef’s kitchen filled with top of the line appliances makes the custom-built home perfect for hosting pregame meals.
Outside the home, there’s plenty of room to keep the party going post game. The property includes an extravagant outdoor pool with flagstone patios to keep the children entertained. The mansion also offers a one-of-a-kind synthetic turf field with it’s own watering system that can be used for anything from a backyard baseball game to an elegant banquet reception.
“When you pull up to this Paradise Valley gem, you’ll immediately fall in love,” Warner said. “Nestled in the shadows of Mummy Mountain, the home is an entertainer’s delight with an outdoor ramada, misting system, and fireplaces, excellent for families seeking to get together and enjoy one another’s company.”
During his tenure in Arizona, Hall has helped guide the Diamondbacks to two National League West Division Championships, and has received national recognition for his positive impacts in the Phoenix community.
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