February 18, 2013 11:18 AM
Bonds paid $8.7 million for the 11,448-square-foot property in 2002, and after adding a bedroom and three bathrooms, the home now has seven bedrooms and thirteen bathrooms and boasts 17,100-square-feet of living space.
The home features 30-foot ceilings, a two-story guest house, hand-painted Trompe L’oeil murals and plenty of skylights, and it comes fully furnished. The real estate agent notes that the home was "designed by [Robert Sinclair] to welcome guests, family and friends alike for all manner of occasions, whether it be large scale gatherings, stately events or the most intimate of affairs."
The grounds feature a swimming pool and a cabana, an outdoor kitchen and dining area, a 2,100-square-foot sports court, an olive grove, a rose garden and a circular motor court centered on a multi-tiered fountain. The property also features a 12-seat theater, a game room, a wine cellar and a gym, along with full-service spa that includes steam sauna, a tanning salon, a hydrotherapy jacuzzi tub and Swedish full-body therapy rooms.
Despite his steroid controversy, Bonds is still one of the sport's all time greats with a 21-year career that includes seven most valuable player honors. He's worth an estimated $80 million, so maybe he's looking to downsize and put some of his money away?
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