MLB All-Star Jimmy Rollins has listed his tempting Tampa, FL, home for $6,875,000. The waterfront luxury abode was purchased in 2012 for $3 million, which means it might fetch the retired shortstop a nice payday.
Located in the upscale community of Culbreath Isles, this three-story home will likely appeal to a pro athlete in search of a place to chill during the off-season. Its proximity to a number of baseball spring training facilities doesn’t hurt either.
Built in 2008, the 8,425-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. It’s just four doors down from the open bay and looks out to the water.
Inside, you’ll find formal dining and living rooms. An open kitchen with a built-in banquette is adjacent to a casual family room. The spacious master suite includes a private balcony.
Luxe amenities include an office, home theater, and wine cellar.
The outdoor space includes a living area on the water, as well as a pool and spa.
Rollins is busy in the real estate game. He listed his New Jersey mansion in 2017 for $799,000. It sold last year for $687,000. And he reportedly broke a record in Encino, CA, with his purchase of a $10.65 million million, the highest price paid in the city at the time.
Now 40, Rollins starred at shortstop for most of his career with the Philadelphia Phillies. He also suited up for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox. The three-time All Star was named the National League MVP in 2007.
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