Jason Kubel Lists Arizona Home for $1.3 Million
Jason Kubel, the veteran Major League Baseball designated hitter, who just parted ways with the Arizona Diamondbacks is not only leaving the team but is also dumping Scottsdale.
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The outfielder has listed his home in the area with a $1.3 million price tag, according to a few news sources.
Kubel purchased the home for $980,000 in 2012, while he was with the Diamondbacks, reports the Realtor Blog. Listing records of the home state that the house spans an area of 3828 square feet, across a 0.28 acre lot.
Comprising of five bedrooms, and five bathrooms, interiors of the home provide for mixed flooring and ceilings. Exclusive features of the residence include a game room, a bonus room and a den.
Outside, the home has a swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen, a fire pit and ample recreation area.
The listing describes the place as:
Absolutely stunning and meticulously maintained home in prestigious Windgate Ranch. Rare expanded single level San Mateo model, w/5 bedrooms/4.5 baths, den, formal dining and bonus room are only the start of the extensive list of upgrades to this home. Over $500k in original interior and exterior appointments plus recent upgrades in 2012. From the wood floors, marble and granite slab counters, cantera stone, crown molding, Chef's dream kitchen, entertainers backyard w/pool and water features, gas firepit, outdoor BBQ, synthetic lawn to elevated lot at the end of a private cul-de-sac, makes this exceptional home a must see! Please click on the document tab for appointments and floor plan.
Check out the pictures of the residence, here.
Kubel's trade to the Minnesota Twins explains the listing. According to The Pioneer Express, The left-handed batter drove in 90 runs and hit 30 home runs for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2012. However, his performance slumped in 2013 due to a quadriceps injury and he got traded off to the Cleveland Indians.
Kubel then became a free agent after the Indians offered him a $1 million buyout. He has now returned to the Minnesota Twins, who drafted him in 2000, in a minor league deal.