World Series Champion David Price Selling $6.5M Massachusetts Mansion

World Series Champion David Price Selling $6.5M Massachusetts Mansion

Published: June 30, 2020 | By: American Luxury Staff

Now residing on the West Coast and throwing for the Dodgers, MLB player David Price must’ve pitched the right ask for his home in Newton, MA, because the 12,000 square-footer spent only a few days on the market at $6.5 million before a buyer came along with an offer. The property is currently in pending status. According to public records, the 2006-built house sold to Price in 2018; the sale recorded at $6 million.

The seven-bed, seven-bath home begins with a double-staircase foyer and attractive plank hardwood floors, and progresses through its series of shared living spaces with similar grace and easygoing traditionalism. The gems include the living room—which sports a stone fireplace accent wall, a soaring cathedral ceiling, and a series clerestory set at second-floor level—and a wood-clad library and media room.

The lot’s a generous one, with over one and one-third acres for classic East Coast landscaping: perimeter forest, patios, stone walls, and a broad expanse of lawn.

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