It had to be a touch decision to make for Rich Aurilia to place his Phoenix mansion on the market for $2,300,000. We’re talking about a pad with one of the nicest swim-up bars you’re going to see on the athlete real estate market.
Aurilia, who made $31,959,500 during his MLB career that ended in 2009, currently works for CSN Bay Area a Giants TV analyst.
As for the house, his realtor states:
ARCADIA! Private enclave of 4 luxury homes in a gated community with a majestic view of Camelback Mountain! Perfect home for entertaining on this meticulously maintained property. Over 7,000 sq ft between main house and guest house. Cantera door entry to spectacular entry. Main house features 4 bedrooms on a split floor plan, separate formal living & dining rooms, family room, breakfast nook, office and media room. Each bedroom has a door that leads to exterior. Guest house includes separate bedroom, family room and guest kitchenette. Luxurious appointments begin w/vaulted ceilings w/exposed beams, travertine tile, birch wood floors refurbished from an old Seagrams factory in Chicago.
Look, the place is nicer than your normal five-star resort.
Real Highlights of Aurilia’s Pad
• Look at that basketball court and the lighting
• Putting green!
• No grass to mow!!
• Pretty much the perfect place to throw a raging kegger
Mortgage: About $9,000/mo. before you add in taxes and pool boy service