The MLB star originally listed the home in December for $23.5 million. Bonds purchased the home in 2002 for $9.95 million. According to the listing, the estate was extensively remodeled in 2003 and 2004, which could explain the $12.05 million dollar price increase.
The Bonds steroid scandal probably didn’t keep his friends from coming over to this palace. The home was built in 1999 and sits on 1.85 acres of land in the guard-gated Beverly Park neighborhood. It features 30-foot ceilings, a grand foyer, hand-painted Trompe l’oeil murals and Venetian plaster throughout. The home also has a pool, cabana, tennis court and two-story guest house. The amenities look even more impressive in the listing photos!
How many windows do you think Bonds might have broken while playing ball in the house?