MLB Pitcher Ryan Vogelsong Selling Custom-Built Pennsylvania Home

Catch this fastball from Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Ryan Vogelsong! His $825,000, four-bedroom home in Downington, PA, offers more than 8,000 square feet of living space.

After five solid seasons with the San Francisco Giants and two World Series titles, the righty moved back to Pennsylvania for his second stint with the Pirates in 2016.

Considering he spent the bulk of his time by the Bay over the past few years, it's no surprise his Traditional-style, custom-built home is in "fantastic condition," says listing agent Natalie Curry. "It's barely lived in."

But not because the space isn't lovable: For buyers who adore grand style and luxurious surroundings, it's the ideal escape.

"The house has a very grand aspect to it in every room," Curry says. One glance at the gorgeous butterfly staircase in the entryway and the high-end moldings will make buyers inclined to agree.

The master bedroom features a fireplace and sweet reading nooks. But the coup de grce is next door in the master bathroom, where an enormous tub takes up a huge chunk of the floor space (don't worry, there's more than enough room to move around), and the spacious walk-in closet "would be anyone's dream closet," Curry says.