Found December 01, 2011 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Jamie Moyer
TEAMS: Seattle Mariners

Jamie Moyer hasn’t pitched for the Seattle Mariners since 2006 but he still owns one of those stoic Seattle homes that end up being turned into crazy contemporaries by tech dorks. There’s lots of wood. The normal – you make your ham and cheese sandwiches just like everyone else – kitchen with all the upgrades. You also get one of the worst theaters we’ve seen since starting our athlete real estate listing services. Dude, this is why the house isn’t selling. Gut it! 

According to the realtor:

Historic home privately sited on approximately shy 1/2 acre corner lot. Private and gated. Extensively remodeled. Gourmet kitchen, family room with French marble floors, fireplace & butlers pantry. Entertaining size formal rooms. Leaded windows, hardwood floors.


Not even an acre? The crafty veteran once had this house listed for nearly $9,000,000. It’s now all the way down to $6.75mm. We blame it on the theater. Blue curtains? We’d be ashamed to watch the WNBA in that room and not because it’s the WNBA. You’ve been warned, Moyer.


Jaime Moyer’s Seattle Stoic Historic Pad:

• 7 bed, 4.5 bath

• Leaded windows

• Private master suite patio pizza oven

• 4-car garage

• A pool that is pretty much useless in Seattle

• Been on the market for 500+ days!

Price: $6,750,000

Mortgage: $25,000 (add-on costs for tree trimmers and gardeners)

[Buy Jaime Moyer's House In Seattle - Zillow]

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