It will take some serious green to buy the golf course estate of Michael Spanos.
The Chargers vice chairman has slapped a $9.45-million price tag on his place in Pebble Beach. That’s more than double what he paid when he scooped it up nine years ago for $4.175 million, records show.
Wrought-iron gates mark the entrance to the 1.25-acre property, and a stone-paver driveway winds its way toward the home. Through an arched front door sits 5,804 square feet of wood-accented, indoor-outdoor living spaces.
A dual-sided fireplace runs floor to ceiling in the great room, separating a living space from a formal dining area. It’s one of five fireplaces in the home.
There’s also a chef’s kitchen with an island and beamed ceilings, an office filled with built-ins, five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Outside, a flagstone patio takes in views of the ocean, as well as the 6th and 7th holes of the Pebble Beach Golf Links. Past a tiered garden, a few flat patches of lawn finish off the grounds.
Jamal Noorzoy of Alain Pinel Realtors holds the listing.