San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence has circled the bases on another condominium unit at the Millennium Tower building in San Francisco.
After buying a one-bedroom unit from Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana last year, Pence recently splashed out $4.25 million on another condo in the 60-story high-rise.
On the 51st floor, the unit features open-plan living areas, hardwood floors and an upgraded kitchen complete with a wine chiller, pendant lighting and an island/breakfast bar.
Family and living rooms, a dining area and a library are in more than 2,200 square feet of living space. The master suite sports a large soaking tub, his and hers vanities and a steam shower for a total of two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Walls of floor-to-ceiling windows take in views of the Bay Bridge and surrounding cityscape.
Access to a 20,000-square-foot club level complete with a movie theater, wine tasting room, fitness center and heated lap pool completes the high-rise setting.
The condo came to market in February for $4.995 million and was more recently priced at $4.495 million, records show. Four years ago it sold for $3.025 million.
Bryant Kowalczyk of GPK & Associates handled both ends of the transaction.
Pence, 32, was limited to 52 games for the Giants this season due to an oblique injury. A three-time all-star, he is entering the third year of a five-year, $90 million extension he signed in 2013.
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