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.