Former Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero lists O.C. estate for $2.2 million
Vladimir Guerrero is ready to give up his home base.
The former Anaheim Angel has put his Mediterranean-style home in Anaheim Hills on the market for $2.185 million.
Situated on a cul-de-sac lot in a gated community, the five-bedroom home opens to a 14-foot foyer ceiling. Travertine flooring and marble archways highlight the open floor plan, while the gourmet kitchen boasts a granite backsplash and breakfast nook.
French doors in both the master bedroom and family room open to the spacious backyard, which has an athletic court, cabana, fire pit and a pool with a grotto waterfall.
In the master bathroom, a walk-in closet sits across from a jetted tub, perfect for anyone – regardless of whether or not they crushed over 30 home runs in a season eight times.
Other highlights in the home’s 5,833 square feet include an executive office with wood flooring, a large fireplace and a 1,500-bottle backlit wine cellar.
Felicia Morris of Searchlight Realty holds the listing.
The home last traded hands for $2.75 million in 2004, according to public records.
Guerrero, 42, played for four teams during his 16-year career, racking up 449 home runs and nine All-Star Game appearances. In 2011, he became the all-time MLB leader in hits among players from the Dominican Republic, finishing with 2,590 hits for his career, before being surpassed by Adrian Beltre in 2014.
MORE FROM HOT PROPERTY:
Inside the homes of the rich and famous.
Glimpse their lives and latest real estate deals in our weekly Hot Property newsletter.
You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.