Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Brandon Morrow now has a side hustle as a landlord. He and his wife, Lily Morrow, are renting out their “rare and spectacular” waterfront home in Yarrow Point, WA, for $9,000 a month.
The couple purchased the sweet home this summer for $6.25 million. The 3,230-square-foot home on an acre lot has three beds and two baths.
Featuring a wall of windows, the bright and spacious great room is the focus of the house. It encompasses a living area with fireplace and a dining area with water views. There’s also a comfortable eat-in kitchen.
The stylish abode with “old-world charm” dates to 1938, but has been updated and now comes with a picturesque boathouse. The brand-new boat dock boasts three power lifts equipped for a speedboat and other personal watercraft, according to the listing.
Although this home exudes a serious away-from-it-all vibe, it’s very close to Seattle and Bellevue, allowing plenty of options for Amazon or Microsoft employees who need a luxe getaway on weekends.
Morrow, 34, started his MLB career in 2007 with the Seattle Mariners.He also stood on the mound for the Toronto Blue Jays, San Diego Padres, and Los Angeles Dodgers before inking a two-year, $21 million deal with the Chicago Cubs in 2017.
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