The house features marble and bamboo floors, three en-suite bedrooms and a master suite with a balcony overlooking the backyard swimming pool and spa. The 5,770-square-foot house, built in 2006, has six bedrooms and 61/2 bathrooms including the maid's quarters.
Cora, 35, made his major league debut in 1998 for the Dodgers, and he played second base and shortstop during his seven years with the team. He has since played for the Cleveland Indians, the Boston Red Sox, the New York Mets and the Texas Rangers.
Cora, currently on the Washington Nationals, bought the property in early 2008 for $1.9 million.
Corey Schwartz of Re/Max Advance Realty was the listing agent.