Pro Athlete Homes: Former Major Leaguer Damion Easley lists Glendale Mega Mansion for $5.5 Million

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The Hood: Glendale, Arizona (Softwind Estates)

Architecture: Mega Mansion (Santa Barbara/Tuscan)

Damion Easley Glendale Mega Mansion 40The Scoop: The Luxurious Custom Gated Estate is nestled against the mountains in the Northwest Valley! The mansion is uniquely designed and built specifically for Damion Easley.At a whopping 15,000 sq. feet, sprawling across 1.9 Acres this is the largest and most expensive home in Glendale on the market today. If sold this home will shatter the record for most expensive home sold in Glendale Ever and you know what? It might just break it. Throughout the property it’s easy to know that a ball player lives here.  The bathrooms have baseball diamond designs, one of the bedroom walls has a baseball decal, another room has a baseball score board, an indoor batting cage, and a synthetic grass whiffle ball field perfect for the kiddos. The home boosts 6 bedrooms, 8.5 Bathrooms, 6+ car garage, Gorgeous Gourmet Kitchen with butler’s pantry, Private Movie Theater, Private courtyards and balconies. If that’s not impressive check out the back yard.

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The Resort-Oasis Style backyard has a gigantic sparkling pool, water slide, spa, putting green, in-ground trampoline, multi-use sport court and endless Mountain Views. The home also boosts a private fitness gym, humongous walk in closet, and a grand foyer that lets you know you have arrived.  The asking price is $5,500,000 Million but lets be honest it has everything and anything anyone would ever want in a home.

The listing is with Arizona Premier Agents, LLC.

FYI: We were the first to report about this listing…

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Jacinto Damion Easley (born November 11, 1969) is a former Major League Baseball player who is currently Executive Director of Warrior Baseball Academy. He is also an assistant coach for the Peoria Padres. Playing for the likes of  California AngelsDetroit TigersTampa Bay Devil RaysFlorida MarlinsArizona Diamondbacks, and the New and was an American league all-star in 1998.

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