Back in 2009, Joe Montana made big news when he put his 500-acre Northern California spread on the housing market with an asking price of $49,000,000. Unique price, eh? Flash-forward to 2012 and Montana is still trying to sell that house. New price: $35,000,000. What changed with the house in three years to drop the price $14mm? Gophers? Bad olive crop? Windstorm took out trees? None of those, from what we can tell. JUMP!
In case you didn't notice this winter, Jonathon Papelbon has no use for his Boston brownstone. He signed a free-agent deal with Philly and must not plan on making Boston his permanent home because the 2,500 sq. ft. Beacon Street pad on the market. What do you get in this $3,100,000 deal? Location. Want to stumble home drunk after Red Sox games? This place is less than two miles from Fenway. Want that sweet rug? Paps will probably throw it into a deal. JUMP!