Phillies’ Ryan Howard Scores $2.5M on Second Attempt at Selling Blue Bell Home
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard has finally scored in the sale of his Blue Bell mansion after his second at-bat.
After striking out on a 2014 deal for the modern six-bedroom, 8,921-square-foot home on two acres, Howard recently scored a closing for $2.5 million of the $2.69 million he asked, according to a Philadelphia Magazine report by Sandy Smith.
Besides its stunning look, the backyard boasts one of the home’s most prominent features: a gated pool and pool house equipped with a fire pit, full kitchen, hot tub, and waterfall.
Inside, Howard’s bathrooms outnumber the bedrooms, with seven full baths and three half-baths. There’s also garage space for six vehicles and a walkout basement with a bar, wine cellar, fitness center, sauna, and stadium-seated home theater.
A local family wanting to upsize stepped up to the plate and bought the property, located in the Wissahickon School District.
Click here to read more about Howard’s deal in Philadelphia Magazine.
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