Looking for a $13 million French chateau? Former MLB pitcher selling North Texas mansion
Are you looking for a palatial French castle to call home? Something to see in the south of France?
Good news. There's one in North Texas in the suburbs north of Fort Worth.
Former Texas Rangers pitcher Kenny Rogers and his wife's exotic home in Westlake is for sale for $ 12.9 million. The five bedroom, six bathroom home was built in 2004 and sits on nine acres.
It has a six car garage, large pond, private gardens and courtyards, and a pool and cabana.
Rogers spent 20 seasons in the Major Leagues, including 12 with the Rangers. His last season in the league was in 2008 with the Detroit Tigers.
The ornate property was built in 2004 by Richard Drummond Davis. It includes nine fireplaces, five large bedrooms, game and media rooms, and an elevator. The master suite has two full bathrooms, two fireplaces, a private living room and underfloor heating.
The house was listed for $ 14.7 million in 2014 but was never sold. At the time, the home listing was 24 acres. Around 15 hectares have already been sold or are not part of the new deal. This time the house has been a listed building for 47 days.
Take a look at the offer and the photos on realtor.com.
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