After placing out together with his first providing in 2014, retired MLB participant Kenny Rogers has pitched his home at a cheaper price level, however with fewer acres connected.
Also called “The Gambler” — named for a track by the different Kenny Rogers — the 56-year-old ex-pitcher is asking $12.9 million for his Westlake, Texas, palace on 9 acres. The five-time Gold Glove Award winner first provided the home for $14.7 with 24 acres seven years in the past, based on Realtor.com.
The five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom French-style mansion spans 12,300 sq. toes on seemingly infinite expanses of lake and gardens, based on the itemizing.
The Savannah, Georgia, native had a two-decade baseball profession taking part in for groups together with his residence state’s Atlanta Braves and the for the Texas Rangers — twice, first within the early ’90s and once more within the early 2000s. He additionally performed for the New York Yankees and Mets, the Minnesota Twins and the Detroit Tigers earlier than retiring in 2008.
Company strategy by a gated drive to a motor court docket, behind which stands a slate-roofed, stone, three-story construction, pictures present.
Two sitting rooms function decadent crown molding, nineteenth century-inspired furnishings, millwork, detailed carved fireplaces, framed portrait work and huge home windows inviting pure gentle into the rooms.
A 3rd sitting room gives a relaxed household setting however nonetheless options an imposing stone hearth, hovering cathedral ceilings and uncovered ceiling beams.
The kitchen has hardwood flooring and a big, stone-columned hood over the economic oven and range. It gives two islands, uncovered ceiling beams and two silver chandeliers, pictures present.
Facilities embrace a glowing solar room, a non-public residence theater and a wood-paneled examine with a hearth, based on the itemizing.
The gated grounds moreover have a pond, personal gardens, courtyards, a pool, a cabana, patios, hills, meadows, a six-car storage and a motor court docket.
The itemizing says the house was in-built 2004 by architect Richard Drummond Davis, who is thought for elegant, genuine interval structure, based on his agency’s web site.
The four-time All-Star’s palatial property contrasts with sporty design developments generally discovered within the houses of different sports activities stars like MLB participant Kirby Puckett, sportscaster Joe Buck and former Eagles coach Doug Pederson.
Lillie Younger of Allie Beth Allman & Associates has the itemizing.