Jeff Bagwell is taking another swing at offloading his mansion-estate in Houston.
The former Houston Astros first baseman and 1994 National League MVP has listed his home at Memorial Villages at $12 million, down from $15 million a year ago.
Modeled in a French Country style, the property features a main residence, a two-bedroom guesthouse, a saltwater pool, a detached fitness center and a gated motor court on 2.46 acres.
Entered through a grand foyer, vaulted interiors sport arched doorways, exposed beams and barrel vault brick ceilings. The 16,414 square feet of living space contains large main rooms, a gourmet country kitchen, a billiard/media room, five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
Outdoors, a covered loggia holds an outdoor living room with a fireplace, kitchen and wet bar. Formal gardens, rolling green lawns, a putting green and a pool and spa also reside on the landscaped grounds.
Bagwell, 46, spent his entire 15-season career with the Astros, making four all-star teams. He retired in 2006 with 449 home runs and 1,529 RBIs in 2,150 career games.
Patricia Reed of John Daugherty Realtors is the listing agent.