MLB veteran Randy Wolf is fielding offers for his impressive estate in Hollywood Hills. Perched on nearly two promontory acres, the Spanish-style home just hit the market for $9.995 million.
Wolf isn’t the only high-profile name attached to the property. Records show he bought it from Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash in 2007, the same year he signed with the Dodgers. The pitcher paid $5.725 million at the time.
Privacy is the story here, as the home occupies its own cul-de-sac with sweeping views and plenty of space to spread out. A series of patios and terraces, one complete with a pool and spa, take advantage of the hilltop setting.
There’s loads of lumber inside. Wood-beamed ceilings and hardwood floors sandwich chandelier-topped living spaces, and other Spanish accents include arched doorways and splashes of tile.
A sunny great room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace serves as the centerpiece. A formal dining room overlooks the space from above. Elsewhere are five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a center-island kitchen and a gym.
For entertaining, there’s a billiards room under coffered ceilings and a movie theater, as well as a spacious back patio.
Wolf, 43, pitched eight seasons for the Phillies before stints with the Dodgers, Padres, Astros, Brewers, Orioles, Marlins and Tigers. An All-Star in 2003, he retired in 2015 following a career that saw him record 133 wins and 1,814 strikeouts.
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