SportsRelocation.com - Jamie Moyer Drops The Price Of His Seattle Home
Last weekend professional baseball pitcher Jamie Moer was in Texas for the Super Bowl and his annual fundraising initiative for The Moyer Foundation his nonprofit which has a mission to provide comfort and support to children enduring a time of profound physical, emotional or financial distress. The Moyer Foundation joined with chef Mario Batali and The Mario Batali Foundation to present "Spaghetti Western", which was held right next to Chef Tim Love's Love Shack restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas. The event raised $145,000.
But today Moyer is on my radar for a real estate price chop. Moyer, who is 48 and still pitching (although currently not active due to elbow surgery) is trying to sell his home in Seattle's Magnolia area. He was traded from the Seattle Mariners to the Philadelphia Phillies in 2006. He put his home on the market in 2009 for $8.9 million. In December 2010 it popped back up on the market for $7.8 million. Moyer is apparently serious about selling, it just had another price cut, to $6.75 million.
The Tudor style home was built in 1933 but has plenty of modern details including a plush wood-paneled home theater/game room and an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven. The home's nearly 1/2 acre lot includes a pool, pool house and four-car garage. Other details include a family room with French marble floors, fireplace and butlers pantry; a living room with a vaulted ceiling; a library and a large master suite. The listing is with Windemere Real Estate.
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