New York Mets player Yoenis Cespedes listed his Boca Raton home this month with an asking price of $2.2 million.
Set on half of an acre, the MLB outfielder’s South Florida residence is located in a planned community on a new golf course. Future residents will benefit from unobstructed golf-course visibility and incredible views of the nearby lake.
The six-bedroom Italianate villa features soaring ceilings, marble floors, and walls of windows. The shared living spaces culminate in a great room-style living area with a fireplace, wet bar, and grand two-floor window series that opens the room extensively.
The kitchen was recently remodeled for the sale, and features a light and airy look with rather familiar tile. Sense of space and amenities are paramount here, though, and the upstairs media room with its movie theater and large balcony beckons for more intimate social gatherings. Outside, a covered patio space, a built-in barbecue, and a swimming pool lend ample entertainment potential when the day at the links is over.
Cespedes is moving on from this home, but he’ll still be a Florida homeowner. The center fielder is the owner of an 88-acre Vero Beach ranch that will do just fine for winter training down south.