Picturesque mountain estate once owned by an MLB Hall of Fame star lists in Colorado

A stunning piece of architecture hidden in the emerald trees of Evergreen, Colorado, just landed on the real estate market for $3.95 million.

And it even has some baseball roots.

The eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom estate on more than six acres was once the home of former Colorado Rockies great Larry Walker, who was welcomed into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2020, the listing on Sotheby’s International Realty says.

While its ex-owner might be impressive, the 13,452-square-foot residence – which has been updated – has a wide array of features that make it radiate with grace, including:

  • Chef’s kitchen

  • Library

  • Game room

  • Theater

  • Heated floors

  • Wine cellar

  • Gym

  • Six fireplaces

  • Guest house

“The previous owners of this Hall of Fame home paid special attention to the home’s exterior mirroring what is typically only found along some of the state’s best hiking and biking trails,” the listing says. “The spacious backyard showcases the premier aspects of Colorado with a large deck and another private patio showcasing breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains.”

Walker also played for the Montreal Expos and the St. Louis Cardinals, but was best known for his tenure with the Rockies and was considered a five-tool talent who was a seven-time Gold Glove winner. He retired in 2005 and went onto coach for Baseball Canada, according to its site.

The listing is held by Delroy Gill and Stuart Crowell.

Evergreen is about 30 miles southwest of Denver.

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