Photos: A home fit for the D-Backs’ CEO

Above: Derrick Hall's home is on sale for $2,890,000. (Photo courtesy of Russ Lyon Home & Design | 29 Aug, 2016 |

Have you ever imagined owning the home of one of the most well-liked individuals in Major League Baseball? Now, thanks to Russ Lyon|Sotheby’s International Realty, that dream can become a reality. Arizona Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall has listed his 6,438-square-foot Paradise Valley home for sale for $2,890,000.

 

Photos courtesy of Russ Lyon|Sotheby’s International Realty

Custom-built on 1.56 majestic acres, Hall’s 4-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home sits on a corner lot adjacent to Mummy Mountain, and is listed by Russ Lyon|Sotheby’s International Realty Listing Agent Shawna Warner.

Recently renovated with more than $500,000 worth of improvements, the home was built with a growing family in mind. Outside, there is plenty of space to keep young children entertained. The home boasts extravagant flagstone patios, a pool with sheer descents, and separate sitting areas. The home also offers a fantastic and one of a kind synthetic turf field with its own watering system, perfect for hosting a wide variety of activities including football games, soccer games, or even a banquet reception.

Inside the home, a prospective owner will surely feel like a professional sports executive. The split floor plan and the home’s master wing include both his and hers office space, with capacious shelf space, which can showcase sports memorabilia and awards. The chef’s kitchen is resplendent with top of the line appliances and tile counters, ideal for hosting gatherings and cooking pre-game meals. The great room offers floor-to-ceiling windows, letting in sunlight as family and friends gather to discuss the latest trades and trends for a team.

“When you pull up to this Paradise Valley gem, you’ll immediately fall in love,” said Warner. “Nestled in the shadows of Mummy Mountain, the home is an entertainer’s delight with an outdoor ramada, misting system, and fireplaces, excellent for families seeking to get together and enjoy one another’s company.”

Hall has lived in the Valley with his wife, Amy, and three children, Logan, Hayden, and Kylie, since 2005. During his tenure as Arizona Diamondbacks President and CEO, the entire organization has achieved on-field and off-field success, including two National League West Division Championships, and extensive national recognition for positive impacts in the community.

For more information on, or photos of, Hall’s home, please contact Cepand Alizadeh at calizadeh@rosemoserallynpr.com or 703-655-4258.

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