Former World Series winner’s Scottsdale house up for sale
PHOENIX — If you want to own a home in Scottsdale that is lush with pools, gym rooms and bathrooms, you’re going to have to fork up some major cash.
If you want to own a home in Scottsdale that was owned by a longtime Major League Baseball pitcher, you’re going to have to pay a little extra.
A 7,508-square foot house in north Scottsdale that belonged to 12-year MLB veteran pitcher Dustin Hermanson is up for sale, listed at $2.25 million.
The house holds four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a reading room, a 1,500-square foot gym, a 10-person steam room, two laundry rooms and a guest casita. There’s also a walk-in wine cellar, a resort style backyard, a heated pool spa, a waterfall in the pool, a putting green and multiple fire pits.
The house sits on 1.5 acres of land near the cross-section of Pima Road and Hualapai Drive.
Besides all of the amenties inside and outside the house, who wouldn’t want to have their friends over and tell them who the house used to belong too?
Hermanson played with the San Diego Padres, Montreal Expos, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, San Francisco Giants and Chicago White Sox spanning 1995-2006. He won the World Series with the White Sox in 2005 and finished his career with a 73-78 record and 4.21 ERA.
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