​Barry Bonds Selling Mansion For After Full Renovation​​

Barry Bonds is attempting to sell his Beverly Hills mansion for $25 million, following a renovation project that took 10 years to complete. The former San Francisco Giants outfielder purchased this Beverly Park area home in 2002 for $8.7 million.

However, Bonds has expanded it from 11,448-square-foot to 17,100-square-foot, which explains the dramatic increase in his asking price.

This mansion sits on 2.56 acres, has 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a movie theater, music room, sports court, game room, gym, spa, pool, wine room, and even an elevator. In addition, it has maid’s quarters, and a two-story guest house.

Anyone, with deep pockets, interested purchasing this home can contact Mauricio Umansky with The Agency real estate company.

They describe Bonds’ property as: “Extraordinary luxury living with the utmost in privacy, this grand scale, yet elegant, Italian villa estate, serves equally to entertain heads of state, host charitable events or just be at home with family.”

“Once within the property’s gates, you are transported to another world; one of serenity and privacy and away from the hustle bustle of the city which lies just minutes below.”

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