Former professional baseball player Carlos Lee has parted ways with his mansion-estate in Sugar Land, Texas, selling the 9,117-square-foot residence for $1.56 million.
Lee, who suited up for both the Astros and Rangers during his playing days, had asked for as much as $1.9 million for the two-story Traditional.
Built in 1991, the home features hardwood flooring, wrought iron staircases and detailed molding on the ceilings and walls. Among its features are a chef’s kitchen with supplemental prep kitchen and a master retreat with a bonus room. A media room and game room reside on the second floor.
Outdoors, landscaped grounds of more than an acre contain expansive...