Fired 49ers GM Trent Baalke Selling Stunning San Jose Home for $3.3M

Former 49ers general manager Trent Baalke has put his spacious home in San Jose, CA, on the market for $3.3 million, the Los Angeles Times reports. Greg Simpson is the listing agent.

Baalke, who had been with the Niners in various roles since 2005, was fired after a disastrous 2-14 season. The 52-year-old had held his management role with the team since 2011.

While the GM was let go for a losing record and a spotty ability for identifying talent, he picked a winner with this place.

Built just three years ago, the custom estate backs right up to the Silver Creek Valley Country Club. The home, which overlooks the third green, is located in the rolling hills of South San Jose. It’s about 25 minutes away from 49ers headquarters in Santa Clara.

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The home’s 5,300 square feet of living space includes four en suite bedrooms, including a generously sized master suite, and 4.5 baths.

The open floor plan features a chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances, massive island with breakfast bar, and walk-in pantry. The family room with a beamed ceiling leads has french doors opening to a back patio.

There’s also a game room—complete with Niners memorabilia—and a wine cellar that can hold about 1,000 bottles.

Outdoors, there’s a bocce court, two fire pits, barbecue, and kitchen, which includes a Kegerator and pizza oven.

While Baalke’s tenure in the San Francisco Bay Area came to a stormy conclusion, his gorgeous home next to a golf course will likely have a sunny ending.

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