Former Mariners pitcher and Hall of Famer Randy Johnson has placed his Paradise Valley, Arizona, home up for auction.
Most recently listed for $14.5 million, according to Concierge Auctions, the estate was initially listed by the left-hander in 2014 for $25 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Those wanting to bid on the Big Unit’s 25,000-square-foot home can do so starting Jan. 29.
The property features lists amenities such as a pool with a two-story waterslide, tennis and basketball courts, a home theater and a recording studio. The land also includes a two-bedroom guest house, cabana with TV and fireplace Cabana with TV and fireplace, an eight-car motor court and a dedicated pet suite.
PDF of Paradise Valley home of Randy Johnson up for auction.
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