Slugging San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt is selling his Lufkin, TX, home for a modest $875,000.
The two-story, single-family home was built in 2012, and features four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and 3,722 square feet of living space. It sits on just over 20 acres in the town’s Westwood Bend subdivision—which is about a couple hours north of Houston, in the eastern part of the Lone Star State.
The property was last on the market in 2015, with a list price of $789,000, but the price Belt paid for the place was undisclosed.
As you step inside the front door, the wide-open floor plan grabs your eye. There’s a marvelous living room area with a cathedral ceiling of dark stained wood.
The large kitchen features an enormous island with sink and granite countertops, custom cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, a gas range with pot filler, double oven, and pantry. The large master suite is also located on the first floor.
The backyard features a gunite pool with an electric retractable safety cover, as well as a pool slide and diving board. There’s also a luxe covered patio, a bar area, double-sided fireplace, and a fire pit with seating.
There’s also a large three-car garage, currently housing a Range Rover and a McLaren.
Belt, 32, broke into the big leagues with the Giants in 2011, and has spent his entire nine-year career by the shores of McCovey Cove. He was an integral part of the team’s World Series wins in 2012 and 2014, and made the All-Star squad in 2016. He’s currently under contract to the Giants through the 2021 season.
Tim Brookshire with Brookshire Real Estate has the listing.