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Todd Helton -- perhaps the greatest Colorado Rockies player ever -- has listed his home in Brighton, CO, for $2.3 million. The offer comes two years after his retirement, after playing in Denver for his entire 17-year Major League Baseball career.
What's the slugger with a mile-long list of accomplishments leaving behind? Well, it's a 10,560-square-foot rustic ranch flush with cool features. Built in 2002, the home boasts eight bathrooms and numerous spots to entertain, including an outdoor barbecue area, pool-spa combo, private movie theater, and wet bar which Helton has outfitted with sports memorabilia.
Also of note is the large master bathroom featuring a bathtub with built-in fireplace, a large gym, and a five-car garage with an all-glass garage door. Much of the wood in the house is knotty alder, providing it with a Rocky Mountain lodge feel.
It's unlikely Helton is moving far from his beloved team, as he recently expressed interest in working with the Rockies in some capacity. "'I wouldn't go anywhere else. I'm forever a Rockie. Hopefully, I'll get to talk to them and make a difference somehow in the organization,'" Helton told the MLB Network Radio in February.