Buy Miguel Cabrera’s Detroit Suburban Mansion — $2 Million

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It’s Opening Day today so that means baseball is back and the weather is getting nice. The ridiculously cold weather up in Michigan is starting to go away. If you’ve got the cash, you can celebrate that by buying the former house of one of the best hitters the game has ever seen. 2 million dollars to purchase Miguel Cabrera’s mansion.

According the Realtor.com, Miggy is moving because he wanted to shorten his commute time to Comerica Park.

“The Cabreras loved living in Birmingham, and many of Miguel’s friends from Tigers live nearby in Birmingham. But last year, Miguel decided he would like to be closer to the ballpark to cut down his commute,” Francis says before adding a final pitch: “They lived in 380 Fairfax when Miguel won MVP [twice] and the Triple Crown.” It sounds like a winner to us!

More from the realtor:

This newer brick and stone custom built Tudor home is located in one of Birmingham’s most sought after neighborhoods, Quarton Lake Estates, and is close to downtown Birmingham’s shops and restaurants and the neighborhood elementary school. You’ll appreciate the granite island chef’s kitchen with adjoining morning room, beautifully paneled library with a coffered ceiling, newly refinished hardwood floors and the fully finished lower level, with it’s own bar. A finished bonus room on the upper level serves perfectly as a play room or en-suite bedroom. Wonderful state of the art custom theater room with leather seating. The spacious master suite boasts a marble master bath, custom walk in closet and a soaking tub. Newer outdoor patio with built in grill and pergola for outdoor entertaining in the private, fenced back yard. Attached 3 car garage. Shown by appointment to preapproved buyers. Taxes are not homesteaded.

Not many people can say that they lived in the same house as a Triple Crown winner.

More Features From Cabrera’s House

  • 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 2 half baths
  • 5,762 sq ft
  • It has a pretty sweet theater room

Mortgage: around $10,500/month