Dodgers great Orel Hershiser lists Las Vegas home for about $1 million
How about this for a souvenir: A Las Vegas home owned by Dodgers pitching great Orel Hershiser is on the market for about $1 million.
The two-story home, built in 2004, sits behind gates in the Red Rock Country Club community with views of the Arnold Palmer-designed golf course.
Interiors with coffered ceilings and stone floors include formal living/dining rooms, a kitchen with a breakfast bar, four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in more than 4,100 square feet of space. Among the amenities are an office and a media room.
Outdoors, a covered patio opens to an expanse of grass surrounded by desert landscaping. A balcony/sitting area sits off of the second-floor master suite.
Hershiser, who owns a number of investment properties in the area, bought the house in 2009 for $985,000, records show.
Brian Wedewer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties is the listing agent. The exact price is $997,750, according to Busted Coverage.
Hershiser, three times an all-star, pitched 18 seasons for the Dodgers, Indians, Giants and Mets. Among his accolades, the 56-year-old won the National League Cy Young and the World Series MVP awards en route to a championship with L.A. in 1988.
He has worked as a television analyst for SportsNet LA since last year.
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