Former MLB player Barry Bonds has placed his Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $25 million.
The manor of the all-time homerun king of the MLB is palatial. It has seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms mixed into its 17,100-square-foot floor plan. According to the website of the listing brokerage, The Agency, the single-family residence is being sold fully furnished.
Just a bit outside: We will leave the controversy that surrounds Mr. Bonds to the sports section, where it belongs. It is a beautiful house. However, that bathroom (13) to bedroom (7) ratio is an odd one.