Major League Baseball free agent Aaron Cook, the winningest pitcher in Rockies franchise history, has put his home in Golden, Colo., on the market for $2.395 million.
Offering sweeping views of North Table Mountain, the estate features a Tuscan-style main residence, a casita, an outdoor kitchen and a pool with a water slide and a waterfall feature on about three-quarters of an acre.
Stone accents and hardwood flooring lend to the rustic ambiance of the home, which spans 8,056 across two stories with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and seven fireplaces. Amenities include a gym with a sauna, a home theater, a game room, an exercise room and a wine cellar with adjacent tasting room.
The master suite, complete with stained glass windows and a private balcony, has two fireplaces. There are seven fireplaces total.
Outdoors, the landscaped grounds center on the pool and water slide. Adjacent, a pergola covers an outdoor kitchen with a wet bar, a sitting area and a fireplace.
The property originally came to market in May asking $2.495 million. Records show it last sold in 2008 for $1.599 million. Paul Stone of Redfin is the listing agent, according to Redfin Blog.
Cook, 35, spent a decade with the Rockies, winning 72 games and making one All-Star team (2008) during his time in Colorado. He last pitched for the Red Sox in 2012, but has expressed an interest in returning to the mound in 2015.