Reggie Sanders Lists Family Home

Despite playing for the Arizona Diamondbacks for only one year in 2001, retired MLB player Reggie Sanders decided to put down roots in the Scottsdale region, in part because the area's school system is so great. Reggie, whose career spanned 17 seasons, just listed his Scottsdale, Arizona family home for $2.195 million, a house he and his family have lived in since 2002. View the listing.

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Despite playing for the Arizona Diamondbacks for only one year in 2001, retired MLB player Reggie Sanders decided to put down roots in the Scottsdale region, in part because the area's school system is so great. Reggie, whose career spanned 17 seasons, just listed his Scottsdale, Arizona family home for $2.195 million, a house he and his family have lived in since 2002. View the listing.
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Reggie's Spanish-style abode measures close to 8,000 square feet and was originally built in 1999. The house features a split floor plan with separate wings for residents and guests.
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Step into the abode and guests are greeted with a lavish foyer that includes a tiled floor, as well as ornate columns and designs.
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The retired all-star outfielder plunked down $1.395 million for the crib back in December 2002. Reggie and his wife were reportedly bowled over by the area's school system.
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A view of the baseball player's dining room that's decorated in a Renaissance style.
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The family room sits just off of the gourmet kitchen.
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A view of the kitchen's dedicated dining space. Reggie first listed the home in 2009 for $3.4 million. Over the last two years, the home has undergone numerous price chops and re-listings with various brokerage firms.
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Reggie reportedly loves to cook so letting go of such a fantastic gourmet eat-in kitchen can't be easy for the former Diamondback. While living in Atlanta, Reggie even had a monthly cooking show on a local TV station.
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The home features six bedrooms.
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The master bedrooms includes a small lounge space and a fireplace.
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Reggie's family home boasts seven bathrooms total, all as splendidly large as this one.
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A look at one of the kid's bedrooms in the Sanders' family home.
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Reggie told "The Arizona Republic" in 2003 of his family's decision to set up camp in Scottsdale, "I think the Number 1 thing was the school system. We really think the kids have thrived since they’ve been here,”
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With four kids, this spacious laundry room is definitely a necessity.
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The outdoor space boasts a large patio that comes replete with an outdoor kitchen and living space. There's also a pool, spa and waterfall, which are all necessary amenities to help combat the stifling Arizona heat.
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A view of the play area especially built for Reggie's kiddos.
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