Miami Marlins right fielder Avisaíl García just dropped $9.06 million on a 1.1-acre property in the affluent Coral Gables neighborhood, according to Mansion Global. The Venezuelan right fielder and his wife closed on the estate at the end of March, which comes almost a year and a half after the former free agent signed a $53 million four-year contract with the MLB team.
According to reports, the 2020 build was last sold in 2021 for $7.35 million and was listed by The Corcoran Group’s Bradley Cooper for $10.495 million in July 2022.
With balconies and covered outdoor spaces added, the seven-bedroom mansion clocks in at a total of 11,476 square feet. Located in the gated community of Snapper Creek Lakes, the home’s pristine all-white facade is adorned with dark-framed french doors and windows. Featuring a modern interior with white walls and white ceilings throughout, the residence has an open floor plan on the first level with a dramatic curving wrought iron staircase. Seven bathrooms and two half-baths are spread across the manse. Outdoor spaces include a pool and spa, two loggias, and balconies located on the top floor. The manse also comes with a three-car garage and a media room.
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“While I cannot comment on the parties involved in this transaction, I can say that the residence is spectacular, constructed with the finest of materials and outfitted with every luxury amenity,” Cooper said.
García, who has been sitting out games this week due to a hamstring injury, has played in the MLB since 2012 for the likes of the Detroit Tigers, the Chicago White Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays, and the Milwaukee Brewers.