In 2014, after he retired from the MLB and took a sports radio gig in the San Francisco Bay Area, Huff listed the home for $3.4 million. The result? A strikeout. This week, the home went back on the market—for $4.4 million.
Perhaps a savvy buyer can spot what the market missed three years ago. The 8,144-square-foot home on an acre lot features eight bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Private and quiet, it's located in the gated community of Rancho Pacifica.
Outdoor amenities include a lagoon-entry pool and spa, plus living and entertaining areas.
Inside, there’s a master wing that features a view of the pool and glorious San Diego sunsets. The master wing also has double walk-in closets, sitting room with coffee bar, exercise room, and luxurious bath with his-and-her vanities, a raised spa tub, and oversize shower.
The chef's kitchen boasts marble countertops, a huge island, coffee bar, walk-in pantry, and top-of-the-line appliances. Outdoors, there's a barbecue area, in-ground trampoline, and basketball hoop. And in true Southern California fashion, the home's landscaping is dotted with palm trees.
Huff made his big-league debut in 2000 for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. After bouncing around the majors for a decade, he found a home at first base with the San Francisco Giants. He (and his famous rally thong) helped lead the Giants to a remarkable World Series win in 2010. After contributing to another Giants title run in 2012, the gregarious infielder called it a career.
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