Aaron Rowand, the former professional baseball player who spent four seasons with the San Francisco Giants, has listed his home, which includes an indoor batting cage, in Las Vegas for sale at $6.399 million.
The contemporary Mediterranean-style home, built in 2011, sits on nearly a third of an acre in the Summerlin community with golf course and mountain views. Clad in dark hardwood, elaborately decorated interiors feature custom molding, paneled walls and mirrored ceilings.
Among features are large formal spaces, a chef’s kitchen with a large island, a home theater, a game room and a wine cellar. An elevator connects the two stories and a finished basement with an exercise room and the batting cage.
A lavish master bath sports a large dressing room and soaking tub. The home has five bedrooms and four full bathrooms in nearly 11,000 square feet of living space.
Outdoors, an infinity pool stretches toward the Bear’s Best Las Vegas golf course. An outdoor kitchen, patio and custom lighting complete the resort-like setting.
Rowand, 37, played for the Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies and Giants during an 11-year career, making one All-Star team with Philadelphia and winning two World Series titles with San Francisco.
Records show that the property last sold in 2009 for slightly under $575,000. Julie Becker of Simply Vegas is the listing agent.