Manny Machado has run a real estate home by purchasing a bay-front for just 10 10 million with an invaluable cross-harbor view of the San Diego suburban skyline. The unsecured deal actually declined last year, so Machado and his wife Yeni already have enough time to make their home in the coveted and touristy Coronado.
Baseball’s great new excavators feature eight bedrooms and 11 baths in about 8,300 square feet across three structures on about half an acre of land. Known as the “G-House” (Dutch for “Sea House”), a notable Nouveau-rich Dutch flair, a shaky arched gambling roof, and a few fists, with an iron-accented porch built in 2009, with a creamy yellow exterior of Robin’s egg. Neat with window and door trim.
Visitors will also see them in a tropical landscaped courtyard outside the anxious car door. In addition to providing lilac grass, the yard connects to the three structures of the property.
With four bedrooms each with a fireplace and private bath, the original home is dilapidated, decorated in Las Vegas casino-inspired fashion. (The car has four additional bedrooms with two properties each))
A great room has a kitchen and a formal living area, it is surrounded by a large sized linear fireplace with a large sized granite mantle and moon set. Lots of built-in bookshelves next to the 15-foot-wide, electrically operated glass doors disappear over the pool in the flashing light of the San Diego skyline, and stand next to a mesmerizing view frame above the pool. As part of it, the kitchen is given to cats with chef-grade applications, such as a top-of-the-line grill and steamer-like exaggeration, while a posh butler pantry features feedback koa wood cabinets and blue Bahia stone counters. Surrounded by a bay of casserole windows, the small breakfast area observes the lively cummings and movements of the harbor, and somewhere in the main house there is a “pub” that boasts Polish French mahogany walls, a pool table, a wet bar and a wine cooler.
The master suite is located on the main floor with a series of windows directly across the bed from the main bed, providing stunning water views. It has charcoal-colored art deco-style mantle, dual walk-in closet and a bathroom that is somewhat unusually very deadly, with a huge fireplace with wood-paneled walls like a library.
The courtyard next to the barber is not very large, although the lack of space is made up of a variety of amenities – there is a heated covered dining and lounge deck area and an end-to-end swimming pool and spa that sits on the rocky shores of the harbor.
Perfect for weekend house guests or domestic workers, the compound has two bedrooms, two bath car rooms also has a laundry room and a two-car garage. The third structure, right next to the second spa, has a sauna and a wet bar, it definitely sparks some fun fun!
Machado is no stranger to real estate games. In addition to his latest purchase, the baseball player has two more homes, Coral Gabes, Fla. One bought a 10,300-square-foot mansion for $ 7.2 million this September, the other bought an 8,300-square-foot home last year for .3 11.3 million.
The transaction was handled by Eric Yantorno of Clinton Selfridge at International Realty in Pacific Sotheby’s and Keller Williams.