Padres’ Will Venable snags buyer for Point Loma home
Will Venable, outfielder for the San Diego Padres, has scored a sale in San Diego, parting ways with his Point Loma home for $790,500.
Located within Liberty Station, the Mediterranean-style residence features French doors, detailed molding and tile flooring. An updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a family room with custom built-ins are among the amenities.
The second-floor master suite contains a large soaking tub, a sitting room and a balcony overlooking an inner courtyard area. An additional courtyard sits at the front of the home. In all, the home counts three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 1,931 square feet.
Venable, 31, has spent his entire career with San Diego since being drafted by the Padres in the 2005 amateur draft. He is the son of former San Francisco Giants and California Angels outfielder Max Venable.
Records show that the property originally came to market in July with an ask of $775,000. The outfielder paid $660,000 for the home in 2010.
Carolyn Yarbrough of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty listed the home on behalf of the outfielder. Mike Boehme of Pacific Properties San Diego represented the buyer in the sale, which closed in late August.
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