Retired Ranger Adrian Beltré looks to deal his Texas digs
All-Star third baseman Adrian Beltré, who spent the last eight seasons with the Texas Rangers, has listed his Dallas mansion for $3.38 million.
The listing arrives roughly three months after the four-time All-Star announced his retirement. He bought the estate in April 2011 — a few months after inking a five-year deal with the Rangers worth $80 million.
Presenting a dramatic French Country-inspired style, the 2008 home sits behind gates on three-quarters of an acre. Hand-scraped wood floors, beamed ceilings and chandeliers give a formal feel to the living spaces.
In 8,204 square feet, there are five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The main level holds a formal dining room with paneled walls, a wood-covered office, a two-story living room and a stone-accented kitchen with two ovens and sinks.
Other highlights include a movie theater, loft, game room and wet bar with a wine cellar.
French doors access a covered wood-and-stone patio with a fireplace out back. Past that, a swimming pool and spa anchor the landscaped yard.
Lillie Young of Allie Beth Allman & Assoc. holds the listing.
Beltré, 39, spent two decades in the MLB, including stints with Dodgers, Mariners, Red Sox and Rangers. In addition to four Silver Slugger Awards and five Gold Glove Awards, he became the fourth third baseman in league history to hit 400 home runs and 1,500 RBIs.
The slugger has owned real estate in L.A. County as well. Seven years ago, he dealt his four-acre estate with a 2,500-square-foot batting cage for $17.4 million in Bradbury.
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