Baseball veteran Jeff Cirillo seeks $3.18 million for woodsy home outside Seattle
Retired third baseman Jeff Cirillo is selling his home outside Seattle, where he spent two seasons with the Mariners. The property, found a few blocks from Lake Washington, is on the market for $3.18 million.
Shrouded in trees, the two-story spot is located in Medina, a ritzy enclave east of Seattle where Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates also own homes.
A wood-shingled exterior and column-framed entry give off Craftsman vibes, and the feel continues inside, where loads of lumber fill out the 4,100-square-foot floor plan. Wood-coffered ceilings and hardwood floors sandwich the living spaces, and wood also lines nearly all the windows and doors.
Floor-to-ceiling stone fireplaces anchor the living and family rooms. The main level also adds a mud room, formal and informal dining areas and a chef’s kitchen with a massive center island.
Shades of tan take over on the second story, which offers a master suite with a spa tub and a movie theater with recessed lighting. In total, there are five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Splashes of flagstone pop up across the 0.35-acre grounds, lining a walkway in the front and a covered patio out back. A grassy lawn completes the scene.
A native of Pasadena, Cirillo played for six different squads during his 14-year career and made All-Star teams with the Brewers and Rockies. In 1,617 games, the 49-year-old clocked 112 home runs and 727 RBIs.
Maureen Khan and Michael Burke of Coldwell Banker Bain hold the listing.
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