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Blue Jays Outfielder George Springer Scores a $9.5M South Florida Mansion

Posted on: April 16, 2024 | Read Time: 2 minutes

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer just bought a new home in sunny Stuart, FL.

The four-time All-Star picked up the seven-bedroom, 7.5-bath estate for $9.5 million in mid-February.

This 7,309-square-foot space is the perfect waterfront perch for boaters. Situated in the gated community of Sailfish Point, it’s also ready to serve as an ideal offseason retreat—although it’s on the opposite coast from the Blue Jays spring headquarters in Dunedin, FL.

Sailfish Point home to Blue Jays Outfielder George Springer

The home was built in 2023.

inside Blue Jays George Springer Home

A soaring ceiling in the living room.

kitchen interior sailfish point home

The kitchen is as close to a museum piece as you’ll find.

interior bedroom of Blue Jays Outfielder George Springer

Wake up to the sun’s rays and a view of the yard.

luxury master bath

A gorgeous tub is the focal point in the main bath.

Outdoor Patio at Sailfish point

There’s an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, too.

sailfish point home pool

There’s an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, too.

Described in the listing details as a mix of contemporary and coastal designs, this residence is exquisite in every way. Bright white walls, blond-hardwood floors, and modern lines fill the main spaces, which include a fireplace in the living room and a huge kitchen with an island and golden chandeliers.

The home’s bedrooms are serviced by three separate laundry areas. Luxe touches include a wine cellar, and built-in Sonos surround sound technology. Incredible views from three balconies, five covered patios, and other outdoor living spaces are the icing on the cake.

Outside, there are two kitchens for entertaining a crowd, along with a heated pool and spa; pool deck; and a private, deep-water dock that offers ocean access with nary a bridge to navigate on the way.

Springer made his big-league debut in 2014 with the Houston Astros. A key member of the team’s successful run, Springer was the World Series MVP in 2017. He signed a six-year, $150 million contract with the Blue Jays in 2021—the largest contract in the team’s history.

Original Article Courtesy of Realtor.com

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