The slugger and his wife, Amy Goldschmidt, purchased the gated estate in 2013 for $1.775 million, while he was starring in the cleanup spot for the Diamondbacks. Now that he’s moved on to the St. Louis Cardinals, the Texas native will make his off-season home elsewhere.
Located on a corner lot in the exclusive Silverleaf Community, the remodeled abode includes five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 5,775 square feet.
“Paul and Amy were committed to updating their home with a timeless style,” says listing agent Laura Lester. “Amy was very involved with Vallone Design in selecting the finishes that worked for their family, but also gave the home a classic elegance.”
Inside, there’s a beamed space that contains both the living and dining areas. The open space then flows to a covered dining area outside. The open kitchen includes a marble island with bar seating, and cabinets done up in a muted shade of blue-gray.
The modern interior boasts fine finishes, such as white-oak flooring, marble counters, and decorative tiles.
The master suite opens out to a private balcony and the en suite bathroom echoes the gray cabinets and marble counters of the kitchen. And the spalike master bathroom includes a stand-alone tub, dual sinks, and a separate vanity.
There’s also a family room and playroom that open out to the patio. A game room provides a place to watch TV, shoot pool, or shuffleboard.
Outside, a charming backyard includes a pool and spa, lounge space, and a synthetic grass lawn. Set on a quarter-acre, the lot is located right next to Jacaranda Park, one of 13 parks within the gated community,
Now 32, “Goldy,” as he’s known, began his big league career with the Diamondbacks in 2011. Following the 2018 season, the first baseman was traded to the Cardinals. He then signed a five-year contract extension worth $130 million through the 2024 season with the Cards.
Laura Lester with Silverleaf Realty represented the seller. Michael Lehman with Silverleaf Realty represented the buyer.