Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Randy Wolf just scored with the purchase of a Hidden Hills home for $6.88 million.
Wolf actually purchased the home from a fellow professional athlete, NBA center Tyson Chandler. The Lakers player completely updated the expansive 12,000-square-foot Los Angeles-area home following his 2010 purchase.
The Traditional-style single-story is distinguished by stone exterior accents and a prominent recessed entry. Inside, an open concept kitchen, dining room and family room features a fine combination of rustic and playful design elements. The formal living room features three sets of French doors opening onto the exterior.
Hardwood floors in plank and herringbone pattern, custom millwork and striking quasi-paisley wallpaper add a bit of style to the residence while four fireplaces, a spacious chef’s kitchen, and a dedicated dining room guarantee residents will be comfortable.
The six-bedroom, 11-bath home is set on more than an acre of property, and the backyard is just as beautifully designed as the interior. A lush green lawn with a children’s playground, a large covered patio, a swimming pool and spa, and a detached building waiting to become a guesthouse fill out the grounds.
Wolf spent much of his career with the Phillies, also spending time with the Orioles and Dodgers. He retired after the 2015 season, ending his 16 years in the Majors with the Tigers.