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    Washington Nationals Catcher Kurt Suzuki Selling $2.68M Redondo Beach Home, Rob Leiter/MLB Photos

    The fate of the 2020 baseball season is in some doubt, but in addition to his potential duties behind the dish for the Washington Nationals, the catcher Kurt Suzuki has other distractions. Suzuki’s SoCal home in Redondo Beach, CA, is now on the market for $2.68 million.

    The custom-built, Craftsman-style home is located “in the most sought-after neighborhood of South Redondo” and was completed by the local builder Gary Lane in 2007. Suzuki and his wife, Renee, snagged the home eight years ago for $1,575,000.

    Measuring in at 3,800 square feet, the two-story, five-bedroom home sits on a large lot with a detached guesthouse out back. The lot also offers enough space to add a swimming pool if a buyer desires.

    The entire home has high ceilings that lend it an airy, open feel. Gorgeous walnut hardwood floors in the living room, family room, and bedrooms truly shine.

    Kitchen of home in Redondo Beach, CA

    Living area

    Master bedroom

    Master bathroom


    Guesthouse interior


    An open concept kitchen features luxury appliances, double ovens, Caesarstone counters, and a walk-in pantry.

    Each of the four current bedrooms is located upstairs. The fifth bedroom is located on the main floor and has been used as an office/study area with built-in desks. Solar panels are conveniently located on the roof, to keep the electronic costs low and efficient.

    French doors open from the family room onto the large backyard, where you’ll find a built-in barbecue. After a workout or day at the beach, there’s an outdoor shower to cool off.

    The one-bedroom guesthouse has a kitchen and bathroom. It’s ideal for overnight guests or could be converted into additional office space.

    Suzuki and his wife own another home in the area that they purchased in 2018 for $2.9 million.

    After starring in college at nearby Cal State Fullerton, Suzuki’s big league career began with the Oakland A’s in 2007.

    He bounced around with a few different clubs, before becoming a key member of the Nationals’ 2019 World Series-winning squad. He made history during Game 2 of the World Series, when he became the first Hawaiian-born player to homer in a World Series game.

    Kathy Morris with Compass has the listing.

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