Former major league baseball slugger Barry Bonds has placed his 17,100 square foot mansion on the market for $23.5 million. Baseball’s all-time home run king bought the Beverly Hills property in 2002 for $8.7 million.
The enormous residence sits on almost two acres of land. It was designed by architect Robert Sinclair, mixing modern technology with old World Tuscan charm.
The home features Venetian plaster, custom moldings, vaulted ceilings, and limestone and Italian travertine flooring. There are also custom fish tanks, a music room, a wine room, a full gym, a steam shower, an elevator, and a movie theater sporting hand-painted Trompe L’oeil murals. Outside you’ll find a pool, a basketball court, a guesthouse, and a six-car garage.