A piece of baseball memorabilia is up for sale. And no, I’m not referring to the $1.995 million penthouse that’s hidden in the luxury glass tower, Mei Condominium that’s for sale.
Polanco put his 7,000 square foot, Pinecrest home on the market for $4.395 million.
This isn’t Polanco’s first venture into Florida real estate. In 2014, he sold his Tuscan-style Pinecrest home for $4.59 million, Realtor reports.
A tropical oasis located at 6430 Southwest 122nd Street, the mansion blends indoor and outdoor spaces with 24’ soaring ceilings and floors made of exotic stone, marble, and tile.
Sitting on a 40,946 square foot lot, the six bedroom, six bathroom home feels like a sanctuary with exquisite craftsmanship and architectural design. The home also features two-and-a-half smaller bathrooms.
The mansion’s interior includes a living room, open vistas, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and a dining area.
The home’s outdoor entertainment includes fire-pit sitting area, cabana, and a summer kitchen.
Outdoor amenities includes landscaped lush grounds, feng shui water features, a large heated pool, and an onsite putting green.
The home’s annual taxes is $37,591.
- 6430 Southwest 122nd Street, Pinecrest [BHS Miami]
- Former MLB all-star Placido Polanco sells Florida home [Realtor]
- Placido Polanco “90 percent” retired, open to coaching [MLB Trade Rumors]
- MLB star lists penthouse in Miami Beach glass tower for $1.995M [Curbed Miami]