MLB Legend Chili Davis’ former Arizona home is available for $8.5 million

Want to live like a sports star? The spectacular 9,395 square foot megamansion in Paradise Valley, AZ, built for the Major League Baseball legend Charles “Chile” Davis is now offered for $8.5 million.

The home was originally listed in July for $9.5 million, so the current price represents a $1 million discount.

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home was custom-built in 2000 for the three-time All-Star. It has since changed hands several times. The current owner picked it up in 2013 for $4,950,000.

“Masterpiece Property”

Situated on 3 private acres on top of a hill, the elegant Montana De Bonitas Casas neighborhood home offers breathtaking views of Mummy Mountain.

“The home was custom built for baseball legend Chili Davis, who had an incredible vision brought to life by (custom home builder) Salcito Custom Homes,” the listing agent said. Frank Azamiof Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.

“This masterpiece property boasts some of the most stunning valley views I have ever seen, and comes with luxurious amenities and stunning architecture,” he adds.

Billiard area

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Living room

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Home Trophy

Luxury seems to be the name of the game here.

The main level features beamed cathedral ceilings and walls of glass for admiring panoramic views of Camelback Mountain and Paradise Valley Mountain Golf Club.

Play a game in the billiards area, warm up by the elegant fireplace in the living room or head out to the expansive balcony to bask in the desert sun.

A chef’s kitchen features skylights, a huge island with two sinks and built-in appliances. There’s also a cozy breakfast nook for enjoying morning coffee while a nearby dining room offers more space for more formal meals.


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Fireplace and spectacular views

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Look closely, and you can still find evidence of the former MLB player’s nearly 20-year career as an outfielder and designated hitter. They include a stone wall where he kept his sports memorabilia and a marble-shaped outdoor fireplace.

On the lower level, you’ll find a home theater adorned with a 3D model of the South Beach skyline.

There’s also a single-storey wine cellar and media room with glass walls and pocket doors that open to the outdoors. You will find an infinity pool and a spa, a built-in barbecue and a relaxation area.

The property includes a four-car garage and a separate guest house with a separate entrance, living area, kitchenette, bathroom and private balcony.

Davis, now 62, made his debut with the San Francisco Giants in 1981. He also played for the California Angels, Minnesota twins, Kansas City Royalsand New York Yankees. After his playing days, Davis served as a hitting coach.

Home theater

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Overflowing swimming pool

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Neal T. Doss