Location: Milton, GA
Bed(s): 10 | Bath(s): 14 | Square Footage: 18,265 | Price: $7,200,000
This eight-time All-Star selection spent 20 of his 21 full seasons with the Atlanta Braves. He won the National League Cy Young award in 1996 and was a World Series champion in 1995. Smoltz began his career as a starting pitcher and finished his career with 213 wins. He also had 154 saves and a career ERA of 3.33. Smoltz is the only player in Major League history to top 200 wins and 150 saves in his career. He spent his final season with the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals before retiring in 2009. His $7.2 million home in Milton, Georgia is now up for sale.
The mansion is set on 22 acres, and is a dream for anybody interested in sports. Smoltz loves to golf so there is a full 18-hole golf course in his backyard. There is also a baseball diamond, fishing pond, jogging trail, basketball court, football field and tennis court. Upon entry into the 18,265 square foot home, it only gets better. There are 10 bedrooms and 14 baths along with six fireplaces and an eight car garage. The views of the property from all corners of the house are outstanding.
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