If you happen to have an extra $25 million laying around, you could be the proud new owner of Barry Bonds' mansion. The all-time home run king's 1.85-acre property in a Beverly Hills gated community is on the market, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Among other amenities, the house reportedly features seven bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a music room, theater, wine room, gym, spa and elevator, in addition to a pool and accompanying guest house.
Public records indicate Bonds, 48, purchased the house from Kenneth and Grace Jacobson for $8.7 million in 2002.
Bonds, who was snubbed in his first bid for the Hall of Fame with just 36.2 percent of the votes, is awaiting his Feb. 13 court date in which he will appeal his April 2011 felony conviction for obstruction of justice. His sentence of 30 days house arrest, two years probation, 250 hours community service in youth-related activities and a $4,000 fine are on hold until the appeal is heard.
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It's curious Bonds is selling less than a month from his court date, considering how prime his Southern California abode appears for a house arrest sentence:
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