REAL ESTATE

Call the Bullpen: Former Atlanta Braves All-Star Reliever Mark Wohlers Is Selling GA Home

  • Mark Wohlers

    Mark Wohlers  (1995 Ronald C. Modra/Sports Imagery)

  • One of the bathrooms

    One of the bathrooms

  • The downstairs theater

    The downstairs theater

Former Major League Baseball reliever Mark Wohlers is winding up for another pitch. This time, he wants to sell his house. The one-time Atlanta Braves player-turned-real estate agent has put his home in Milton, GA, on the market for $1.675 million, and he's selling it himself.

The six-bedroom craftsman features a gourmet kitchen, built-in bookcases, a game room, a theater, hardwood floors, and exposed beams. Each of the bedrooms has its own bathroom and walk-in closet.

Wohlers and his wife, Kimberly, now run Team Wohlers, a real estate business based in Atlanta.

Their home had to be rebuilt after it went up in flames in 2011. Luckily, Wohlers' wife was there to make the save in this situation -- she rushed her husband and three young children out the door before anyone was hurt. The Wohlers built the 7,736-square-foot home in 2012. Before moving in, they allowed it to be used as a venue for a local women's club home-tour showcase in order to raise money to help out the surrounding community.