May 30, 2012
- The Los Angeles Times reports that former baseball player Eric Davis has sold his home located in the affluent community of Calabasas in southern California. Public records show he purchased the property back in 2001 for $1.65 million but sold it as a short sale for a slightly higher price of $1.8 million.
Davis, a native to Los Angeles, began his career with the Cincinnati Reds and went on to play for numerous teams including the Los Angeles Dodgers, Detroit Tigers, Baltimore Orioles, St. Louis Cardinals and ended his career in 2001 with the San Francisco Giants.
The Mediterranean-style home was built in 1994 and will provide whoever is moving boxes
into the property with 7,239 square feet of living space including four bedrooms and six bathrooms. Though there isn't enough room for a baseball diamond, the Times notes there is a half basketball court, swimming pool and a spa in the home's backyard. Other notable features inside the home include a wet bar, an office and a media room.
While it has not been reported where he is moving to, the news source says he will be downsizing from the extravagant estate to something more modest.
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