Baseball Legend's £23.9m Mansion with Bowling Alley and 13 Bathrooms Hits the Market Baseball Legend's £23.9m Mansion with Bowling Alley and 13 Bathrooms Hits the Market

Baseball Legend’s £23.9m Mansion with Bowling Alley and 13 Bathrooms Hits the Market

A spectacular mansion, previously owned by renowned baseball star Johnny Damon, is now on the market, boasting a personal spa, bowling alley, and even an elevator.

The property, previously owned by Damon, a Major League Baseball player from 1995 to 2012, has housed various sports celebrities. Damon, who played for teams like the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, acquired this Orlando lakefront residence in 2007, which had been home to NBA icons Antonio Davis and Tracy McGrady.

Located in Windermere, Florida, Damon’s iconic residence is now available for purchase.

The mansion, accessed via a secluded tree-lined driveway, spans 20,240 square feet and features nine bedrooms with scenic garden vistas, complemented by 13 and a half bathrooms.

The entry hall impresses with its natural stone walls, exquisite chandeliers, and a grand piano.

It includes three living rooms: one with a fireplace, another with a TV and elevator access, and a third towards the rear.

Dining options comprise two rooms, one suited for larger gatherings and another for more intimate meals.

The ground floor kitchen, adorned in dark wood, is equipped with top-tier appliances, including an ice machine, wine fridge, and dual built-in ovens.

Entertainment spaces abound, featuring a lounge, bowling alley, and games room, all decorated with abstract art and plush leather sofas.

Additional amenities include a sauna, gym, theatre, and barber’s space.

The exterior boasts a pool with fountain details, tennis courts, a private park, and sunbathing loungers.

A pontoon extends from the garden to the picturesque lake at the rear.

This luxurious mansion, priced at $30m (approximately £23.9m), is marketed by Alice Anne Jackson of Corcoran Premier Realty.

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