The retired hurler bought the property in 2010 for about $2 million. In 2013, he listed the home for $3 million; it has since gone on and off the market.
Perhaps this time will be a home run. The property, located in the country club community of Mirasol, is certainly a hit. The stately interior features marble flooring, exposed wood beams, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The double-story living area has a fireplace and views of the pool, golf course, and water.
The chef’s kitchen—with high-end appliances and an arched brick ceiling—flows to the den and dining room. There are two offices with custom wood desks and shelving. Outside, the backyard has a kitchen, pool, and spa.
The five-bedroom, 5.5-bath home also features a handcarved wood rotunda, curved staircase, and private elevator.
“The home is gorgeous and architecturally a standout,” listing agent Laura Gambino says. She points to the gated courtyard’s “regal feel,” and notes that all the bedrooms are en suite, and have water and golf course views.
Pavano, 42, played in the major league for 14 seasons, from 1998 to 2012. Despite being named an All-Star in 2004, he was hampered by injuries throughout his career. He signed a four-year, $40 million contract with the New York Yankees prior to the 2005 season and wound up pitching only 26 games over those four seasons. A freak accident in the snow that led to a spleen injury finally prompted him to retire.
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