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To this day, it baffles me that Adrian Beltre made $219,140,000 playing a children’s game and managed to make four All-Star teams along the way. It’s also baffling that Beltre is a member of the 3,000 hit club (3,166). His is one of the quietest 21-year, Hall of Fame careers in modern baseball history. His final stop along that journey was in Dallas, where he spent eight years with the Rangers.
The slugger and his wife bought this 8,200 sq. ft. French-inspired estate in 2011 when he joined the team. Now the family is selling it for $3,250,000. Like his career, this house is steady, not flashy. It is everything you want, but it won’t make you gasp. There’s a nice pool, but it’s not “3,166 career hits” kind of nice. Zero flash, lots of consistency.
From Beltre’s realtor:
…estate on .75 acres with mature trees and spectacular grounds. Outdoor covered living area and grill has electronic Phantom screens and vistas of the large back yard, pool and spa. Floor plan is meticulously arranged for entertaining and family living. Hand-scraped hardwood flooring throughout. Large kitchen offers Wolf double oven and 6 burner gas stove & grill; custom double Subzero. Formal Study, wet bar with adjacent chilled wine cellar, 8 seat Media Room & Exercise room down. Huge Game room with kitchenette, and craft bonus rooms upstairs. Floored attic provides abundant storage. Home is Elevator ready. Electronic iron gate at entry to the driveway and 3 car garage.
That’s not the biggest garage ever attached to a house of this size, but it’ll work. Nothing great, but still nice. The outdoor patio seems to be the spot where people would spend most of their time. The family room seems stuffy, but it’s Dallas and you can’t have flop couches in a house this formal. Add it all up and I’d suggest coming in at least $200k under asking.
Mortgage: with taxes, you’re looking at $18,000/mo. with 20% down.