Adapting to his Southern California surroundings, the new Los Angeles Angels third baseman, Anthony Rendon, purchased a Newport Coast mansion for $6.1 million in January.
After helping lead the Washington Nationals to a World Series win last fall, the slugging infielder hit the free-agent market.
His services were in high demand, and he signed a seven-year, $245 million-dollar contract with the Angels in December.
Shortly thereafter, he closed on the purchase of a four-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home, with scenic views overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Built in 2017, the 4,653-square-foot residence sits on one of the largest lots available in an exclusive gated development. It was designed by architect Bob White of Forest Studio in Laguna Beach, and comes complete with resort-style amenities and chic design throughout.
Highlights include soaring wood-beamed ceilings, marble and quartzite countertops, and gorgeous tile floors.
The residence has an open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling retractable doors, which open the kitchen and living room to the outdoors. For an owner who loves options, there are two master suites—each on a different floor.
A spectacular, oversized, quartz-topped island, state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry, and premium fixtures make the kitchen a showstopper.
For an after-dinner drink, the dining area comes equipped with dual Sub-Zero wine cellars. A breakfast nook and office extend into the massive outdoor space.
The beautifully laid-out outdoor space boasts lush landscaping, terraces, ocean viewing areas, and a Pebble Tec pool with a hot tub.
The home is also outfitted with smart features, including an Smart Systems Technologies security system, Savant Home Automation, and Sonos surround sound.
The home is close to shops, schools, and nearby restaurants, and within walking distance of Crystal Cove State Park. This luxe O.C. community is about a 30-minute commute to Angels Stadium.
Rendon, 29, broke into the big leagues in 2013 with the Nationals, and went on to become an All-Star and Silver Slugger. He capped his Nats career with a spectacular postseason performance, which helped propel the team to its first title ever.