Take A Look Inside The Badass Mansion Red Sox Second Baseman Dustin Pedroia Is Selling For $8.95M

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Red Sox Second Baseman Dustin Pedroia Selling Boston Home For 895M

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The last time we saw a Boston sports favorite put his mansion on the market he ended up leaving town and moving to Tampa.

Should Red Sox fans expect someting similar to happen with their longtime star second baseman Dustin Pedroia now that he’s also put his mansion, located just down the road from Tom Brady’s property in Brookline, on the market for $8.95 million? (Just a hair less than the $39.5 million Tom and Gisele are asking.)

Hard to say, but Pedroia’s mansion in Chestnut Hill sure seems like the better deal.

For your $8.95 million you get 8,500-square-feet of living space, those seven bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a large gourmet eat-in kitchen, a large family room with French doors that open onto a stone patio and substantial backyard, a breakfast room, office, mudroom, butler’s pantry, two powder rooms, home gym, media room, and guest room with en suite bath.

And that’s just on the first floor.

On the second floor is a master suite with a generously-sized bedroom with fireplace, sitting room, secluded balcony, large marble spa-like bath with a free-standing tub and a private water closet.

In addition to all that, also located on the second floor are five more bedrooms with en suite baths, a playroom and a laundry room.

If that sounds pretty dope, that’s because it is.

Check out even more pics over at Realtor.com where they estimate that it can all be yours for somewhere around $39,718 a month in mortgage payments, with a small $1.79 million down payment, of course.

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