The Hall of Fame pitcher and Arizona Diamondbacks legend owns a 25,000-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley, Arizona. The Big Unit is ready to cut a big deal—he knocked an additional $3 million off the list price this week.
Via the Listing on Realtor.com:
Lush, mature landscaping, hand-laid stone walls, and artistic wrought iron accents line the guest drive of this impressive 5-acre Mediterranean estate. Architecturally designed by Erik Peterson and custom built by Desert Star Construction, this magnificent estate boasts 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a detached 2-bedroom guesthouse, a free-standing 1,800 square foot fitness facility, a tennis court and more than 25,000 square feet of incomparable Arizona living. Showcasing the very best in home entertainment, this grand estate’s lower level is comprised of a private theater with tiered seating, ultra modern music room with pro lighting package, a recording studio and a custom-designed instrument showroom., The master bedroom features an oversized sitting area, tranquil private patio and separate access to the rear grounds amid lush rose trellises. Centrally located in the heart of Paradise Valley, at the base of Mummy Mountain, this stunning property is positioned high on the hillside to take full advantage of spectacular valley views. This grand manor is so much more than mere words can express. It s specifically for those who desire the finest in life!
Since his retirement from baseball in 2009, Johnson has pursued his passion for photography, specializing in snapping some of the most famous rock stars on the planet, including Elton John, Bono and U2, and hard-rocking Slayer.
Johnson was named the MVP of the 2001 World Series, which he won with the Arizona Diamondbacks. With 4,875 strikeouts over his 22-year career, he was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015. Let’s help this guy sell his house, if you know anyone, shoot us a tip!