Mike Clevinger, a San Diego Padres pitcher, settled in his new town. He recently got a sweet SoCal crib with sea and bay views for $ 2,575,000.
Dwelling San Diego It first went on the market in April 2021 for $ 2.75 million. The following month, the price dropped to $ 2.6 million. In October, the pitcher scooped up the house for a slightly smaller amount.
Custom homes are a big catch for Ace Harler.
Built in 2010, its layout includes six bedrooms of 4,196 square feet and 4.5 bathrooms. In addition, the complex has a 700-square-foot guest house in a detached house with a kitchen and living area.
The extra space may be ideal for accommodating large families or teammates who need a place to crash. Both the main house and guesthouse provide a long-haired pitcher known as the “Sunshine” with plenty of waterside views and natural light.
The main building is an open concept design with high ceilings, designer finishes and a double living area. Glass doors extend the outside living area and are connected by a double-sided fireplace. In addition to the space for the dining table, the kitchen pass-through window has bar seats.
The master bedroom on the second floor has an oversized walk-in closet and a view deck.
Outdoors, there’s a barbecue island, a two-tap barrel system, a hot tub, and a fire pit, perfect for parties.
Now 31, Florida natives have made his big league debut Cleveland Guardians 2016. In August 2020, Clevinger was traded to the Padres. After performing a foul Of his teammates and Cleveland management
Later that year, he agreed to extend his two-year contract with the Padres. However, he missed the entire 2021 season after undergoing elbow surgery.
Kevin Bennett with a compass represented the seller. David Lad of Keller Williams Carmel Valley represented the buyer.
San Diego Padres Pitcher Mike Clevinger Scoop Up $ 2.57 million Home
http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story.asp?guid=%7B20C05575-04D4-B545-78A2-F6C6D6BCE6E5%7D&siteid=rss&rss=1 San Diego Padres Pitcher Mike Clevinger Scoop Up $ 2.57 million Home