During his 18 seasons playing for the Atlanta Braves, legend Chipper Jones had 468 home runs. Now, you can buy his home for $3.75 million.
The home is located off Hopewell Road inside The Manor Golf & Country Club, said Judy Funk of Harry Norman Realtors.
She said the home went on the market about a month ago.
Chipper — real name Larry Wayne Jones, Jr. — used to live in the home, but has since moved elsewhere in metro Atlanta.
“He’s not leaving Atlanta, this is home,” she said.
A rarity in baseball, Jones spent his entire career in Atlanta. He went on to help get the team to their 1995 World Series win, and the eight-time All-Star was inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame in 2018.
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The 8,795-square-foot home for sale sits on 4.4 acres and, according to Fulton County property records, it has seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and four half-baths.
Near the heated saltwater pool/waterfall, there’s a cabana with two pizza ovens.
And, of course, there’s a batting cage.
You can email Judy Funk at Judy.Funk@harrynorman.com, and check out more of the property below:
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