Pro athletes San Diego Padres slugger Matt Kemp and former major league player Damion Easley both listed and sold their homes with prices so high they made the list of the most expensive home sales in the Valley of the Sun during August 2015.
Number 1. Records are made to be broken and who better to break them than professional athletes? Damien Easley former major league player listed his Glendale mega mansion for $5.5 million, selling it at $4,250,000 making it the most expensive home ever sold in Glendale, Arizona and most expensive home sold in Phoenix metro during August 2015..
The mansion uniquely designed and built specifically for Damion Easley is a whopping 15,000 sq. feet, sprawling across 1.9 Acres. The home has unique baseball “esqu” features; one of the bedroom walls has a baseball decal, another room has a baseball score board, an indoor batting cage, and a synthetic grass whiffle ball field perfect for the kiddos. The home boosts 6 bedrooms, 8.5 Bathrooms, 6+ car garage, Gorgeous Gourmet Kitchen with butler’s pantry, Private Movie Theater, Private courtyards and balconies. The Resort-Oasis Style backyard has a gigantic sparkling pool, water slide, spa, putting green, in-ground trampoline, multi-use sport court and endless Mountain Views. The home also boosts a private fitness gym, humongous walk in closet, and a grand foyer that lets you know you have arrived. Click to see the house.
Matt Kemp Paradise Valley Estate
Number 6. Dabbed as the neighborhood party spot by LAVISH PaDz, San Diego Padres slugger Matt Kemp who put up his Paradise Valley Contemporary Getaway for $3.5 Million, and selling for $3.1. The contemporary bachelor party pad featured a chef’s kitchen, Movie Theater, game room, and steam room. What’s a bachelor pad without a swim up bar, huge pool and spa, gas fire pit, gazebo, a BBQ grill, and sport court. Don’t forget this was the house with bathrooms that has mirrors eeeveryyyywhereeee – MIRRORS! Come on now you get a view from all angles :). And on top of it all he made a profit of $736,500, purchased back in 2010 for $2,050,000. That’s like a couple of Rolls Royce’s, Lamborghinis, or even one Porsche Spyder. Hell he has so much money this almost seems like carrying around money. If he was a gambling man why not go to Vegas and throw it all on red? . Click to see the house…
Lets peak at the rest
- Location: 6991 E IRONWOOD DR, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
- Price: $3,530,000
- Location: 7537 N LAKESIDE LN, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
- Price: $3,500,000
- Location: 6044 E FOOTHILL DR N, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
- Price: $3,450,000
- Location: 6001 N NAUNI VALLEY DR, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
- Price: $3,250,000