Former Angels outfielder Garret Anderson is looking to catch a buyer for his Orange County home. He's put the mansion-estate on more than an acre in Irvine's Shady Canyon area on the market for about $10.995 million.
Built in 2009, the Spanish-style estate is entered through a front courtyard with a fountain decorated in bright tile. Archways, clay roof tiles and a rotunda entry lend a classic look to the home of 9,500 square feet.
Inside, white-plastered interiors feature a circular foyer that opens to a living room with a fireplace. A formal dining room, a library and a chef's kitchen with a La Cornue range also lie within two floors of living space. Including a guest suite with a full kitchen, there are six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
For entertaining, a lower wing hits a home run in the amenity department with a game room, a home theater and a gym. A custom wine cellar evokes an Old World ambiance with brick walls, period fixtures and a groin vault ceiling.
Outdoors, canyon and golf course views form the backdrop for a swimming pool and a pavilion. Succulent and rose gardens, courtyards, loggias and lawns complete the setting.
Brian Backstrom of Teles Properties holds the listing.
Anderson, 44, made three all-star teams and won a World Series across 15 seasons with the Angels. The outfielder is the franchise record-holder in hits with 2,368 and runs batted in with 1,292, among other accolades.
He was inducted into the Angels Hall of Fame earlier this year.
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