Retired professional baseball player Kenny Rogers, who spent 12 seasons in a
The home, designed by Richard Drummond Davis and built in 2004, sits among hills and meadows on 24 acres with a country French chateau, a guest house, a pool, an outdoor entertainment pavilion and a custom barn with two stalls.
Clad in hardwood and stone, the home features vaulted interiors, exposed beams, delicate molding, custom wood built-ins and stone fireplaces. The 12,316 square feet of living space includes an elevator, a gourmet kitchen, a formal dining room, a living room, a solarium, a wood-paneled library/study, five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and nine fireplaces.
The master suite sports two full bathrooms, two fireplaces, a private sitting room and heated flooring. The guest house adds an additional bedroom, two bathrooms and a kitchen.
Covered loggias open onto formal gardens and a central courtyard. A fire pit, two ponds, equine facilities and a pool and large expanses of lawn and meadows also reside on the grounds.
Rogers, 49, played for six teams across a span of 20 seasons including the Rangers,