June 1, 2012
- San Francisco Giants fans may be surprised to hear that star pitcher Barry Zito is moving out of his home located in Kentwood, California. Public records show he purchased the home back in 2007 for $8.863 million, but he has relisted it with a slightly higher asking price of $11.495 million.
Zito began his baseball career with the Oakland A's back in 2000 before going to the Giants, who offered him a seven-year deal worth $126 million, to make him the highest paid pitcher in MLB history of all time.
Realtor.com reports the Tuscan-style estate, also known as Villa Della Pace, was built in 2002 and sits on nearly two acres of land overlooking Mt. Tamalpais and Phoenix Lake. With 7,116 square feet of living space, the home offers four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a number of upgraded features. Some notable amenities include walnut and limestone flooring, an infinity pool with mountain views and marble-lined courtyards.
It has not been reported where Zito will be moving boxes
to, but he will likely purchase property near San Francisco.
Hollywood producer Gavin Polone selling LA home
Fans of television shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm and Gilmore Girls may be excited to hear that producer Gavin Polone has listed his Los Angeles area home for sale.
Thursday, October 04 2012 13:23
Mistakes to avoid when moving
There are many reasons why people must pack moving boxes and relocate to a new area. While hiring a real estate agent can be helpful, there are some common mistake to avoid when relocating.
Tuesday, October 02 2012 16:01