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Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp sells Redondo Beach home

Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp completes trade of L.A. Beach Cities home

As Billy Beane continues to reshape Oakland's roster with a string of deals, Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp has completed a trade of his own, selling his home in Redondo Beach for $1.075 million.

Located six blocks from the Redondo Beach Pier, the contemporary-style residence is entered through a Travertine-lined foyer with a wrought iron staircase. Recent updates include recessed lighting, crown molding and hardwood flooring throughout.

The 2,892 square feet of living space contains large formal rooms, an updated cook's kitchen with a balcony, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master suite features a remodeled bathroom with marble finishes, a Jacuzzi tub and glass block accents.

A paver patio sits off of the entrance to the home.

The veteran outfielder put the property on the market in July at $1.099 million. Previously, the 1964 residence sold in 2006 for $975,000. Alison Whitaker of Sotheby's International Realty was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

Crisp, 34, batted .246 with 19 stolen bases and 68 runs scored while playing mostly center field for the Athletics this season, his fifth with the team. He previously won a World Series title with the Boston Red Sox in 2007.

While his Beach Cities residence has sold, still up for grabs is Crisp's Balinese-inspired home in Rancho Mirage. Listed for sale at $2.85 million or for lease at $8,500 a month, the four-bedroom residence features a stacked-stone entry,  see-through fireplace and pool with the waterfall.

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