Newly attached to the Atlanta Brave, Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez is a wealthy Seattle wash in the suburbs of Clyde Hill. Tax records show that Hernandez acquired half an acre of property in 2013 for 1.4 million and tore down a ho-hum existing residence and replaced it with a more luxurious and contemporary relationship.
The 34-year-old thrower’s career has taken a turn for the worse in recent years, with the pay-to-play deal seen as one last cry of resurgence moving to Atlanta, and perhaps encouraging his fair-selling attempt to spread to the 7,100-square-foot Pacific Northwest. The six-bedroom and six-bathroom monastery enjoys the Seattle skyline as well as the visually pleasing, spiritually maintained landscaping that softens the contemporary, angular construction of the home.
The immediate surprise about the interior is the lack of hardwood floors. Instead, offsetted creamy porcelain tiles with dense wooden doors create a serenity – if slightly older – palette. Elsewhere, there is a very nicely appointed office, a state-of-the-art theater with red leather resurfacing and a low-level lounge with pool tables and professional wet bars. Outside, there is a spacious patio, a swimming pool and a six-car garage for car enthusiasts.
The agent on the list is Reallogics Sotheby’s International Realty – Barbara Brown of Kirkland.
If Hernandez makes a good deal with the ট্র 10 million deal he’s going to trigger, the situation where he’s broken into the Braves team, if he wants to get some pitched real estate roots, he’ll be able to easily find something comparable. According to Forbes.com, he is the only one from the Mariners in 2019. Earned, 27,858,000.
Colcity first became a star as a teenager in the Middle Ages, the Mariners – his only team before Bravo – and eventually became a six-time All-Star player in the major leagues. In 2015, he sold a 4 4 million home in Wash Tony Tellew before buying his huge Clyde Hill estate.