Professional Athletes Who Listed Their MultiMillion Dollar Homes

#LAVIPAgent Rod Watson here with Teles Properties. After representing numerous athletes in the NBA in selling their homes, it’s quite appropriate I choose this topic. With the average NBA contract being 4.9 million dollars a year and the average NFL contract exceeding 1.9 million a year, these athletes are certainly in the income gap for my specialty, multi million dollar luxury properties. So without further ado, here are the top athletes and their multimillion dollar listings.


In 2013, Barry Bonds, a 14-time All-Star and 8-time Gold Glove Award winner, listed his Mediterranean style home in Beverly Hills at $25M, but eventually reduced to $23.5M


Russel Wilsons 6.7 million dollar home in Seattle is quite a spectacle. Wilson’s 10,700 sq-ft home sits on a very private 2/3 of an acre and comes complete with 7 bedrooms, 6.75 baths, 5 fireplaces, a wine cellar, private boat dock, and views of Lake Washington, Downtown Seattle, and Nearly Mountain Ranges.


In 2015, Mr Arenas listed his 3.459 million dollar Los Angeles home. The 5,853 Sq-Ft home includes 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, on a private 1/2 acre view lot. A few of the key features include a custom in-ground pool with hot tub, outdoor kitchen with huge terrace, outdoor fireplace, and a 3 car garage with extra parking for 10.


The World Series Champ’s stunning Mediterranean Mansion is privately situated on 2 acres securely located behind 2 iron gates and includes 4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 7,116 sq-ft of living area, a guest house, and an outdoor pool that all overlooks endless panoramic views of Phoenix Lake, Mt. Tamalpais and the surrounding countryside. Zito’s home also features a massive open kitchen that flows into the family room, a resort style Master Suite with an imported limestone fireplace, doors that open to the back yard and spa, and a luxurious bathroom with a room-for-two custom stone shower, granite countertops, double sinks, and a huge walk-in closet.

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