Retired MLB Pitcher Lists Custom Home

Jeff Nelson, a retired MLB pitcher with 15 years of service under his belt, is striking out on the real estate market. The former Seattle Mariner has been trying to unload his suburban home, located in Carnation, Washington outside of Seattle, for months without the customary price chop. Nelson is asking $2 million for the five-bedroom home, which seems a bit steep considering the median list price of homes in the same zip code is $438,450. View the listing.

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Jeff Nelson, a retired MLB pitcher with 15 years of service under his belt, is striking out on the real estate market. The former Seattle Mariner has been trying to unload his suburban home, located in Carnation, Washington outside of Seattle, for months without the customary price chop. Nelson is asking $2 million for the five-bedroom home, which seems a bit steep considering the median list price of homes in the same zip code is $438,450. View the listing.
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Nelson's gated estate was custom-built and features all the fun and luxurious amenities that would entertain any baseball player (or anybody, for that matter) for days on end.
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The home sits on three lush acres and features this spa and swimming pool, equipped with an awesome slide. In the background is the 1,285-square-foot guest house that boasts its own kitchen, great room, and pool deck.
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Step inside the home and you're greeted with soaring ceilings, an abundance of natural light, and a warm, inviting open floor plan.
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A quaint sunny breakfast room sits adjacent to the kitchen area. The retired pitcher's home is located in Carnation, Washington, which is about 40 minutes east of Seattle.
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A view of the formal dining room in Nelson's custom-built home.
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Nelson's formal living room features double height ceilings and a fireplace, one of four in the estate.
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The master bedroom also includes a luxe fireplace, as well as a lounge area.
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A view of the former pitcher's bathroom. There are 4.75 bathrooms in the suburban house.
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The brick home boasts two stories, not including the basement level.
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A look at one of the kid-friendly bedrooms in the former Mariners' home. During his 15-year career, Nelson played for seven teams, including the Seattle Mariners from 2001-2003.
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Forget traversing out in the snow to an indoor play space when you have this sweet kids room right in your own home.
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A look at the adults playroom--even grownups need their fun room.
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A view from the detached guest house looking out to the landscaped backyard.
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The former pitcher's home sits on three acres and is surrounded by lushly landscaped grounds.
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