The seven-time All-Star was traded away from the Rangers after the 2012 season. At the time of the deal, he was the team's all-time leader in nine categories, including hits, doubles, triples, and runs. Young went on to play a season each with the Philadelphia Phillies and Los Angeles Dodgers before retiring in 2014.
His 7,715-square-foot home combines traditional elements with Gothic touches, like the maple arched doors and wrought-iron staircase railing.
High box-ceilings in the formal living room bring gravitas and masculine allure to the luxe space. The white marble fireplace with a metallic firebox adds a little glitz to the room.
The master bathroom may have been stolen straight from a European castle. Combined with modern accents, like the stone walls and glam vanity, it turns "spa-like" on its head.
Still need to relax? Kick back in the man cave, with a billiard table and plenty of room to display your favorite rare bourbons.