Barry Zito, the MLB pitcher who is currently a free agent, has reportedly put his home in Kentfield, Calif., for rent asking $25,000 a month. He is also offering the property for sale with an $8.7 million price tag.

The Los Angeles Times broke news of the listing noting that William Bullock, Lydia Sarkissian and Max Applegarth of Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty are marketing the property.

The residence is a hillside estate sat on two prime acres of land. The main house is a 7,116-square-foot Mediterranean house that has four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Interiors of the house boast of hardwood floors, exposed-beam ceilings and glass walls that provide for beautiful views of the hills around.

Living spaces include open drawing and dining areas and a modern kitchen that all have access to the outdoors. There is a detached guest house which also resonate the main home's features.

Outside, the home has pool, a garden area and multiple recreation spaces. Take a look at some of the photos of the home here.

Earlier this year, Zito put his Hollywood Hills home up for sale with an asking price of 4.37 million. The home was price chopped to $3.4 million and now has a sale pending sign on the listing.

Zito, began his career in baseball with the Oakland Athletics in 2000 and went ahead to win the American League Cy Young Award in 2002. He stayed on with the team until 2006 and was traded to the San Francisco Giants in 2007 with whom he won two World Series titles in seven seasons. His contract with the Giants ended last year.