MLB free agent Yasiel Puig sold his residence in Encino, California, this past holiday season. The right-fielder accepted an offer of $2.746 million for the 2002-built home, which contains five bedrooms and five baths in 5,279 sq. ft.
With its second-level covered balcony, the home’s façade suggests Monterey Colonial style. A handful of palms in the front landscaping hints at the semi-forested atmospherics of the leafy community.
Inside, the home features an open-concept shared living space with hand-grooved plank floors and off-white tones. The combined commercial-luxe kitchen, dayroom and family room transition to formal dining and living rooms.
Amenities are focused on the outdoor living area, which includes a courtyard, and a covered patio with a summer kitchen designed in the fashion of a Mediterranean café.