Diamondbacks' Mark Trumbo sells desert home for $1.9 million

.@dbacks outfielder Mark Trumbo gets above his asking price for Arcadia home

Mark Trumbo, the former Angels all-star now with the Diamondbacks, has sold his home in Phoenix for $1.9 million, slightly above his original asking price.

The house originally came to market at $1.899 million in early October and sold in about two months.

The ranch-style residence, updated by Two Hawks Design in 2013, features an open-space floor plan with plank hardwood flooring, custom fixtures and crown molding throughout. The 4,600 square feet of living space includes a formal living room with a fireplace, an island kitchen, a game room and a mud room.

The master suite sports a large bathroom with twin vanities, a soaking tab and a walk-in closet. In all, there are five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

Outdoors, landscaped grounds of more than half an acre center on a pool area, which has a sun deck and a 12-person spa. Elsewhere on the property is a basketball half-court, chipping bunkers and a putting green, set off by wide views of Camelback Mountain.

The 28-year-old slugger batted .235 with 14 home runs last season, his first with the desert ballclub. He was acquired by the Diamondbacks last off-season as part of a three-team deal that netted the Angels Hector Santiago and Tyler Skaggs.

Trumbo purchased the home in February for $1.57 million, records show. Zachary Cates of West USA Realty Revelation represented both the buyer and the seller of the Arcadia property.

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