Eric Davis Could Actually Make Profit By Selling His House; Asking $2MM [PHOTOS]
Former MLB’er Eric Davis is getting the hell out of California or so it appears. Davis, who rose to prominence with the Cincinnati Reds and now works in their front office, is unloading his Los Angeles home for a little over $2 million.
Davis, who was an injury waiting to happen during his playing career, actually played for the Dodgers in 1992 and 1993, but didn’t buy the house until 2001, which was his last season in the majors as a member of the San Francisco Giants. He picked it up for $1.65 million and stands to make a little over $500,000 if it sells for the list price.
The place is located in the upscale town of Calabasas, which is just north of Los Angeles. Its best features are the wet bars in the family room and media room and the basketball court in the backyard.
Highlights Of The Eric Davis Spread:
- 4 bedrooms
- 5.5 baths
- 7,239 square feet
- 1/2 acre lot
- 3 fireplaces
- Pool and spa
- 3-car garage
- 2 wet bars
- half basketball court