Dodger golden boy and pitcher Zack Greinke is making a name for himself on and off the field this year by not only starting a bench-clearing brawl at the recent Dodgers vs. Padres game, but also with the purchase of a new $4.6 million home in Los Angeles, CA.
Built in 2012 and located in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Studio City, Greinke’s new 7-bedroom, 10-bath retreat is emblematic of the emerging Los Angeles real estate market. In an area where the average house is worth about $1.3 million, Greinke’s home definitely stands out.
Tucked away in the Studio City hills, the two-structure compound manages to seem removed from the city. Expansive grounds with trees and shrubs help to isolate the area, and a fire pit, waterfall and walking bridge promote a peaceful atmosphere. Sleek hardwood floors, a wrap-around porch, and unique California-style architecture add to the cabin-like feel.
Although you expect to see him on the front page of the sports section, seeing the name Greinke attached to real estate represents a new adventure for the young pitcher. After signing a 6-year $147 million contract with the Dodgers, he definitely has some money to play with.
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