This home in Paradise Valley, Arizona, just changed hands among professional baseball players. The seller was former Arizona Diamondbacks team member Justin Upton, now with the Angels, who had owned the estate going on a decade when Dodgers’ player David Price pitched an acceptable offer of $9.5 million for it.
The desert contemporary style home was built in 2013. The exterior is marked by the size—it measures a considerable 14,400 square feet—and its industrial-inspired design. Steel, masonry stucco and glass are materials used to express the home.
The interiors are moody and atmospheric, with neutrals, warm wood, backlighting, and long, clean lines. Ornament and softness are nonexistent in the five-bedroom home, and the living style has an uncompromising quality as a result.
Amenities are numerous, and include a screening room with a wet bar and tiered seating, handball and racquetball courts, a sauna, and an expansive outdoor living area with patios, pool and spa, and a rooftop terrace complex.
Price signed a seven-year, $217-million contract with the Red Sox in 2015. He was traded to the Dodgers earlier this year. Upton signed a five-year, $106-million contract with the Angels in 2017.