D-backs pitcher Taijuan Walker makes Paradise Valley home
PHOENIX — From the looks of it, Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Taijuan Walker will be throwing quite a few pool parties in the near future.
The right-hander recently purchased his Paradise Valley home and it is something else.
Designed by architect Bing Hu and sitting on a one-acre lot, Walker’s new residence includes four bedrooms with a den, a fitness room and its own seperate casista.
Moving to the kitchen, an over-sized quartz island sits in the middle, while there is also a wine room to show off your collection.
The home features expansive, retractable glass doors as well and offers great views of the surrounding mountains.
The bulk of the house could be its backyard, which boasts a massive pool with a spa, an outdoor fireplace and a built-in BBQ.
The best part of it all? He and his wife got it for a steal, $120,000 cheaper than the original listing.
Below is a full slideshow showing all the amenities and space the house has to offer: