Future Baseball Hall of Famer Adrián Beltré has put his huge vacation home in Big Bear, CA, on the market for $2,389,000.
Beltré retired following a storied 21-year MLB career in 2018. He now seeks to sell his six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom mountain property in Southern California.
Sitting on just over an acre, the residence is part of the tony subdivision known as Meadowbrook Estates. The large 6,500-square-foot residence is filled with luxury features and comes with a four-car garage and a guesthouse.
An open floor plan with a vaulted ceiling dominates the downstairs, and an entertainment space takes up the second floor.
The entertainment space includes a home bar with beer taps, space for a pool table, and loads of seating next to an oversized TV.
A chef’s kitchen features a large island plus a breakfast bar with space for four stools. There’s a separate pantry nearby, plus counter space for a coffee station or wet bar.
The garage has space for an RV hookup and a boat. Outside, the lovely landscaped yard includes with a huge patio and built-in barbecue.
Located in the San Bernardino Mountains, Big Bear Lake is Southern California’s largest recreational lake. It’s about two hours east of Los Angeles.
Beltré is a four-time All-Star who broke into the big leagues as a teenager in 1998. After a couple of decades starring for the Dodgers, Mariners, and Rangers, he is bound for Cooperstown. He finished his career with over 3,000 hits and 477 home runs.
Randy White contributed to this report.