Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Kenta Maeda has bought a newly built home in Santa Monica for $3.795 million, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Mark Handler of Rodeo Realty Brentwood is mentioned by the newspaper for representing the professional baseball player in his home purchase.
The New England-inspired traditional offers an open floor plan with 5 bedrooms, all ensuite, a study and den, a loft, and 7 bathrooms.
According to the LA Times, the two-story home, built this year, features detailed molding and wainscoting, a chef’s kitchen, a swimming pool and spa, outdoor fireplace, and a built-in barbecue.
Maeda, 28, signed an incentive-based contract with the Dodgers at the beginning of the year that guaranteed him $25 million—and could be worth more than $100 million over eight seasons, reports the LA Times.
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