Ryan Zimmerman first tried to unload his six-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion final yr for $8.5 million.
Almost a yr later, the beloved former Washington Nationals infielder has lastly discovered a match for his unimaginable property in Northern Virginia.
The ultimate worth for the Nice Falls manse that spans 13,000 sq. ft and sits on a grand 5-acre parcel? $7.1 million.
The property and its beautiful grounds embody a number of water options (a pool, sizzling tub, and koi pond), a two-story play fortress, plus a grand pool home, enormous garden, and mature timber. Let’s take a tour!
A beautiful lounge with a beamed ceiling and gasoline fire sits reverse the kitchen with its massive marble-topped island, bar stool seating for 4, and lovable breakfast nook. The principle bed room additionally has a fire, a sitting space, views of the gardens, a personal patio, in addition to two dressing rooms and a palatial toilet.
A house library, workplace, household room, and a number of bedrooms with ensuite baths spherical out the residing house. As for entertaining, you possibly can settle into a comfortable seat on the built-in bar, catch a flick within the house theater, hand around in the sport room, or lounge pool aspect.
The outside particulars are as luxe as the inside, with a cabana, fire, bar, and out of doors kitchen. There are bogs and a bathe within the pool home, together with laundry and a spot for meals prep. A kiddie fortress is nestled among the many timber with a stone pathway and is well-known in its personal proper—it appeared on the TLC present “Charmed Playhouses.”
Zimmerman, 38, starred for 16 years with the Nats, was a two-time All-Star, and a member of the 2019 staff that gained the World Sequence. He retired from skilled baseball in 2022 because the membership’s house run king with 284. He now lives in a fair bigger mansion in McLean, VA.