You could almost fit an entire baseball field on the Arizona property that former third baseman and coach Matt Williams is selling in Arizona.
On the market for $9.5 million, the gated estate spans more than two acres in Paradise Valley and centers on a Tuscan-inspired mansion of about 14,600 square feet. Fronted by a circular motor court, the home opens to a chandelier-topped rotunda. Marble and stonework fill the living spaces, which include two dining rooms, two living rooms, a billiards room, wine cellar and theater.
The master suite, which includes a coffee bar, sauna and spa, opens to a private courtyard. Including a 600-square-foot guesthouse, there are eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Outside, bushes flank a swimming pool finished in Italian glass tile. Other outdoor amenities include a covered lounge, outdoor kitchen and pool house.
David Newman of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty holds the listing.
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Nicknamed "Matt the Bat," Williams, 52, knocked 378 home runs during his baseball career. The slugger spent time with the Giants, Indians and Diamondbacks, winning a World Series title with Arizona in 2001.
As a coach, he has had stints with Arizona and was the manager of the Washington Nationals in 2014-15. He currently is third base coach for the Oakland Athletics.