After several years of trying to sell his Arizona mansion, MLB Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson is hoping to at least score the right buyer at auction. The property goes under the gavel at the end of the month.
The estate in Paradise Valley was originally listed for $25 million back in September 2014. Johnson reduced the ask on the property several times before sending it to auction.
The home will be previewed Jan. 29 and go to the highest bidder on Jan. 31. Bidders will need to show proof of income and provide a $100,000 deposit. The 25,416-square-foot mega-mansion will be available without a reserve, so potential buyers could be in store for quite a steal.
The Mediterranean-style contains seven bedrooms and 12 baths. The interiors are accented with high-end features like carved fireplaces, stone walls, wrought-iron details, columns, moldings, intricate ceiling work, and more. The grand living spaces are ideal for entertaining, and include formal living and dining rooms. Amenities include a home theater and game/lounge room with wet bar.
Luxury living continues outside with a firepit, a cabana, a tennis court, an 1,800-square-foot fitness space, an outdoor grilling space, and a resort-style swimming pool. A detached two-bedroom guesthouse fills out the grounds.