Curt Schilling has put his 26-acre Medfield estate on the market for $8 million. He bought the place for $4.5 million in 2004. So he's hoping nearly to double his money on a home he bought near the peak of the market. Well, no one has ever accused Curt Schilling of lacking confidence.
Note to Red Sox fans: He's not leaving Boston. He's not even leaving Medfield. The couple plans to buy a lot in a Medfield subdivision and build a home there. They want more neighbors, according to their real estate agent, according to Globe West.
The house is sized for the athletic ego. Drew Bledsoe was the previous owner.
It has eight bathrooms, a pool, a multi-purpose athletic court that can be configured for tennis, basketball, or even ice hockey... Other amenities include an eight-car garage, a spa, multiple fireplaces, a game room, a library, a home theater room, and centralized systems for security, heat, air conditioning, and vacuuming.
Sounds nice enough, but I wonder whether a developer might buy it as a teardown. Just look at all that space within an hour of Boston.
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