Phillies Pitcher Cole Hamels has seemingly been on the trade market for the last 2-3 years, so it wasn’t a surprise when he listed his 8,000 square foot home for sale back in June. But according to the Philadelphia Business Journal, Hamels’ property recently had the price cut down to $1.55 million.
Hamels bought the mansion back in 2009 for $1,525,000, and he listed it back in June for $1,650,000.
Realtor.com describes the Newtown Square mansion as:
“Located about 45 minutes from Citizens Bank Park, the two-story colonial home provides over 8,000 square feet of living space. It has the requisite mansion perks including a game room, gourmet kitchen, and five full bedrooms.”
If that doesn’t do it for you, the house is only 15 minutes away from the closest Pizza Hut. Game changer. Hamels has pitched well this season with a severe lack of run support, going 6-6 while maintaining a 2.44 ERA.
Pics via Realtor.com