Going, going, gone. Colorado Rockies star Carlos González has knocked out a home sale in Florida, selling his lakefront property for $3.4 million.
Records show he listed the home in March for $3.499 million, days after re-signing with the Rockies on a one-year deal worth $8 million.
Built in 2012, the contemporary-vibe Mediterranean home sits on an acre on Lake Tibet in Windermere, an affluent pocket near Orlando. A palm tree sits at the center of a circular motor court before opening to 7,200 square feet of interiors.
Tile floors cover the main level, which holds a living room, a formal dining room, a family room and a kitchen. An indoor-outdoor lounge with a grill is accessed by sliding glass doors.
The highlight upstairs is the bonus room, which holds a wet bar and fireplace across from a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. A second wet bar is found in the game room.
Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an office and a theater room round out the floor plan. A second-story balcony oversees a patio, a swimming pool and a spa. Past that, there’s a dock with boat lifts.
Julie Bettosini of Stockworth Realty Group held the listing. Matthew McKee of McKee & Company Real Estate represented the buyer.