Minnesota Twins infielder Trevor Plouffe finds a home in Hidden Hills
Local baseball product and Minnesota Twins infielder Trevor Plouffe has bought a house in the Hidden Hills area for $2.45 million.
Trimmed in white and brick siding, the updated ranch-style house sits on more than an acre with a swimming pool and drought tolerant gardens. A horse barn and turn-out are also within the tree-topped grounds.
Inside, nearly 4,500 square feet of space on a single floor includes formal living and dining rooms, a center-island kitchen and a bonus room/office with a fireplace. Beamed ceilings, French doors and wood and tile floors are among the interior details.
A wide patio area and a two-car garage complete the setting.
The house came on the market in July for $2.55 million, records show.
Jacqueline Stanford and Jordan Liam Davies of Keller Williams Realty were the listing agents. Gigi Santoro-Robbins of Hall & Chambers represented the buyer, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
Plouffe, 29, was a standout at Crespi Carmelite High School and was taken in the first round of the 2004 amateur draft by the Twins. The jack-of-all-trades player hit .244 with 22 home runs for Minnesota last year, seeing time at first and third base.
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