Former Diamondback Matt Williams lists Paradise Valley home for $9.5M
PHOENIX — Former Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman and third base coach Matt Williams put his Paradise Valley home on sale for $9.5 million.
The house, located off Scottsdale and Camelback roads, features eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, three fireplaces and a seven-car garage.
The two-plus acre lot holds the 14,600-square-foot mansion and the 600-square-foot guest house.
The complex comes with a double-gated driveway entrance, a movie theater, a pool, a hot tub and a pool house. Not to mention the stone flooring, extravagant chandeliers and marble detail throughout the property.
The home gives residents unobstructed views of the Arizona desert landscape and Camelback Mountain.
Williams spent the last five years of his playing career with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He played with them in 2001 when the team won the World Series title against the New York Yankees .
He also played with the San Francisco Giants and the Cleveland Indians during his 16 years in the league.
He hit .268 over his career with 378 home runs. He is a five-time All-Star and a four-time Gold Glover and Silver Slugger.
Williams retired and moved on to be the third base coach for the Diamondbacks for four years but is now coaching the Oakland A’s.
The home was listed by Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.