Even before the multi-player trade that sent him to the
The all-star second baseman recently purchased a three-bedroom townhouse in Winderemere, Fla. Gordon, a central Florida native, paid a little over $262,000 for the property.
The newly built two-story home features raised ceilings, a living room, a dining room, a den and a loft area in about 2,200 square feet of living space. An updated kitchen sports custom cabinetry, a breakfast bar and granite counter tops. The master suite has dual vanities and a custom shower.
Community amenities available to residents include a "tot lot" and a park. The Multiple Listing Service notes that a pool and cabana are currently under construction.
Gordon, the son of former major league reliever
The property originally came to market in April with an asking price of about $275,000, records show. Pat Taylor of Exit Real Estate Results was the listing agent. John Russell of uOwn Real Estate represented Gordon in the sale, which closed in late October.