In Rancho Santa Fe, longtime Padres reliever Trevor Hoffman has tossed his Spanish hacienda onto the market for a dollar shy of $3.75 million, records show.
That’s over $1 million more than he paid for it in 2002, when he shelled out $2.685 million for the property in the middle of a Hall of Fame career that saw him record 601 saves.
In 1.4 acres, the flat property holds a one-story home and an amenity-loaded backyard with a covered patio, a lagoon-style pool and spa, a tennis court and, of course, a batting cage.
Strong in Spanish style, the 1990s house features a red clay tile roof and a dramatic, wooden double-door entry. Common spaces include a living room under beamed ceilings, a formal dining room, a family room with built-ins and an eat-in kitchen lined with tile.
For entertaining, there’s a custom wine cellar, movie theater and billiards room with a wet bar. Six bedrooms, 5.25 bathrooms, an office and a gym round out the 8,300-square-foot interior.
The property sits in guard-gated Fairbanks Ranch, which offers walking trails, an equestrian center, five tennis courts, a clubhouse and a private lake for fishing.
Marco Martelli and Garett Green of Joseph Martelli Real Estate Investments hold the listing.