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Barry Bonds’ Estate Gets a Price Cut and is Listed on MLS for $23.5 Million

by admin - December 14th, 2013
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By Erika Riggs of Zillow

Pocket listings — where homes aren’t marketed publicly on the MLS — are fairly common in high-end real estate. This tactic was used with Madonna’s L.A. home; Simon Cowell’s house is currently being floated as a $20 million pocket listing; and in January, Barry Bonds’ Beverly Park house hit the market this way as well.

Almost a year later, Bonds’ home is officially on the MLS and with a price cut. First offered at $25 million, the house at 44 Beverly Park Cir, Los Angeles, CA 90210 is now down to $23.5 million.  Take a look at some of the pictures below:

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Although Bonds spent the bulk of his MLB career with the San Francisco Giants, he preferred a L.A. home base, buying the enormous estate in 2002 for $8.7 million, according to property records.

Like Bonds, the home has a presence, sprawling more than 17,000 square feet on a 1.85-acre lot. A circular motor court leads to the Italian-style home’s entrance. An ornate entryway opens with 30-foot ceilings and hand-painted Trompe L’oeil murals. Venetian plaster walls and imported limestone and Italian Travertine flooring continue into the main living areas.

Among the home’s features: a 12-person theater, “commercial-grade” gym and a full spa, which includes “steam sauna and tanning salon … a hydrotherapy tub and Swedish full-body therapy rooms.”

Outside there isn’t a baseball diamond, but a 2,100-square-foot sports court, pool and loggia with outdoor kitchen. A two-story guesthouse rounds out the rest of the grounds.

A star baseball player from the moment he began playing, Bonds broke several records during his time with the Giants. However, allegations of drug use and a recent denial to the Baseball Hall of Fameduring his first year of eligibility have marred the slugger’s reputation.

The listing is held by Mauricio Umansky of The Agency.

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