The two-time World Champ quietly snapped up the home in 2013—the year he helped lead the Sox to a World Series victory. Pedroia’s red-brick Colonial, listed for $8.95 million, is less than a mile from the compound of departing NFL star Tom Brady, which is also still on the market, for $33.9 million.
With 8,500 square feet, the light-filled layout includes seven bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms spread across three levels.
The main door leads into a double-height foyer that leads to the formal living and dining rooms. The gourmet, eat-in kitchen includes a large center island and stainless-steel appliances. Just adjacent, a large family room with French doors opens out to a stone patio and backyard.
A breakfast room, butler’s pantry, and two powder rooms complete the main level.
Up a custom, wrought-iron curved staircase is the master suite, which has a fireplace, sitting room, and balcony, as well as a marble bath. There are five more bedrooms with en suite baths on the second level, as well as a playroom and laundry.
On the lower level, luxe features include a home gym, media room, and guest room with an en suite bath.
Set on almost an acre, the grounds sport a pool, grassy yard, and patio for dining and lounging.
Originally from Woodland, CA, Pedroia, who is 36, married, and the father of three children, has played his entire 14-year big league career with the Red Sox. The four-time All Star won the World Series with the team in 2007 and 2013.
In the last two seasons, he’s battled knee problems and reduced his time on the field. In January, he was reported to be discussing retirement options with his family, the Red Sox, and his agents. His current contract with the Sox runs through the 2021 season.
Maggie Gold Seelig with MGS Real Estate holds the listing.
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