After being denied a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame yet again last week, controversial outfielder Barry Bonds is looking to trade his Beverly Hills mansion for an astronomical $25 million and RadarOnline.com has the photos of the luxurious estate.
The former San Francisco Giants star, who was at the heart of the sports steroid scandal in recent years, has listed the 17,100 square-foot, 7 bedroom and 14 bathroom home in the exclusive gated community where Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Adrienne Maloof and Lisa Vanderpump used to live, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The opulent abode features a music room, theater, trophy display room, wine room, gym, spa, elevator, guest house and a pool on the 1.85-acre property, according to the listing on The Agency, and the real estate agent is none other than Kyle Richards' husband, Mauricio Umansky.
The real estate company describes Bonds’ property as: "Extraordinary luxury living with the utmost in privacy, this grand scale, yet elegant, Italian villa estate, serves equally to entertain heads of state, host charitable events or just be at home with family.
"Once within the property’s gates, you are transported to another world; one of serenity and privacy and away from the hustle bustle of the city which lies just minutes below."
Bonds bought the home from Kenneth and Grace Jacobson for $8.7 million in 2002, according to public records. Back then, the house spanned about 11,500 square feet and had six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. As part of a significant renovation, Mr. Bonds added a two-story wing to the home, expanding its square footage.