Sidelined Giants first baseman Brandon Belt scores a home sale
San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt has sold his Alamo, Calif., home for $3.5 million. That’s a quick run of the bases. He bought the property in January for $3.45 million.
The renovated two-story home, built in 1993, combines Craftsman and farmhouse elements. Details include a wraparound porch, vertical siding and overhanging eaves supported by pillars.
A vaulted-ceiling entry, formal living and dining rooms, a center-island kitchen, five bedrooms and four bathrooms are within the 4,790 square feet of living space in the main house.
A breezeway connects the house to a three-car garage topped with a studio of about 880 square feet.
Belt, 29, won two World Series with the Giants and was a 2016 All-Star. He was sidelined with a concussion after being hit by a pitch last month and may not return this season.
Bryan Hurlbut of Dudum Real Estate Group was the listing agent. Lou Plummer of Alain Pinel Realtors represented the buyer.
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