DENVER — Super fans of long-time Rockies short stop, Troy Tulowitzki, can score a home-run themselves and get an inside look at where the all-star lived.
His Cherry Hills Village home was put up for sale on Monday for $5,890,000.
This summer the Colorado Rockies traded the short stop to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Realtors say that the home sits on nearly 2.5 fully-gated acres at the end of a private cul-de-sac.
The home has 7 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms and three partial bathrooms totaling 14,157 Sq. Ft.
Additional features include an elevator to all three levels, a walk-in wine room, a large kitchen with a separate caterer’s kitchen, at least four fireplaces and a hidden safe room. An open media room, large recreation/entertaining room, and a separate billiards room are among other perks, according to the home’s listing.
The exterior also includes a five-car garage, a resort-style pool and hot tub with other water features.
For a full list of amenities and more details see the home’s listing online.
The pictures of the home above, were provided by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Marketing Department.