The former Texas Rangers star has already left the premises, moving to a North Dallas neighborhood closer to his sons’ private school.
At nearly 8,000 square feet, the all-star property was built in 2006 and incorporates old-world charm with modern amenities.
Young purchased the estate in 2007, in the middle of his All-Star career with the Rangers. Designed by Emerson Residential, the custom home includes a dramatic arched maple front door, hand-scraped floors, beamed ceilings, seven beds (including five en suite), and 7.5 baths.
The designer kitchen features granite countertops, island with seating, Lacanche range and oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and dual dishwashers.
The master suite includes his-and-her vanities, a claw-foot tub, and walk-in steam shower. A game room sports a billiard table and sports memorabilia. A third-floor bonus room includes a sink, refrigerator, TV, and bathroom.
“The home’s best features are the easy, flowing entertainment space and the master bedroom,” Young says. “My favorite part of the house is the master bedroom. The bathroom was truly our place of Zen. It’s comfortable and spacious with easy proximity to our sons’ bedrooms.”
The auction of the home will be held on Sept. 1 with Elite Auctions.
Young played in the MLB for 14 seasons, including stints with the Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, and the Los Angeles Dodgers. He helped the Rangers reach the World Series in both 2010 and 2011. He retired after the 2013 season, and was later hired by the Rangers as a special assistant to general manager Jon Daniels.