Former Dodger Milton Bradley seeks a hit in the Encino housing market
Former major league outfielder Milton Bradley has listed his Encino home of more than a decade for sale at $3.799 million.
Set behind gates in the Amestoy Estates neighborhood, the Tuscan-inspired residence measures 7,500 square feet and has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Two levels of living space are navigated by three separate staircases.
A two-story living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace kicks things off for the updated home. A formal dining room features coffered ceilings, and a media room has a wood-paneled wet bar. In the kitchen, there’s a large center island with a breakfast bar.
Stairs lead up to a catwalk, which overlooks the living room. The upstairs master suite comprises dual closets, a fireplace and a spa-like bathroom with a steam shower. Arched French doors in the master bedroom open to a balcony overlooking the backyard.
Outside, the more than one-third-acre setting holds a swimming pool, a spa with a waterfall feature, a barbecue/dining pavilion and a fire pit. A collection of palms and other landscaping dot the grounds.
Bradley, a Los Angeles native, played for eight big league teams across 12 seasons, including California ball teams such as the Dodgers, Athletics and Padres. The switch-hitting outfielder was an All-Star selection with the Rangers in 2008.
He bought the property in 2008, records show.
Stephanie Vitacco of Keller Williams Realty and Rachel Bradley of Nest Seekers hold the listing.
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