Longtime San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey shocked Bay Area followers when he introduced his retirement on the finish of the 2021 season and now he’s listed his looking getaway lodge for $3.9 million.
The Oroville property, named Springer Lodge, is taken into account a “sportsman’s paradise” and contains of a principal lodge, a two-story barn, caretaker’s home and store, the itemizing says.
“Considered by many as one of the best producing locations in the nation, this 106-acre ranch is a fantastic duck hunting property,” the itemizing reviews. “With two seasonal creeks, the ranch also shoots well for dove, quail, turkey and has some big blacktail bucks roaming about. In addition to the hunting, it has excellent bass and catfish fishing.”
According to Mansion Global, Posey and his spouse Kristen purchased the property in 2016 for $1.6 million in order that their youngsters may sharpen their out of doors expertise.
“I grew up hunting with my dad and my brothers, and I formulated great childhood memories through that,” Posey advised the Wall Street Journal. “The kids have enjoyed it for sure.”
The principal residence is 3,340 sq. ft and has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bogs. The barn is spectacular all its personal and has some high-end facilities together with:
One full rest room
The retreat additionally has a tennis courtroom.
Posey unloaded his East Bay mansion earlier in 2021 for greater than $9 million, NBC Bay Area reported.
Posey was chosen by the Giants within the 2008 MLB draft and spent his whole 11-year profession with the crew, serving to them land three World Series titles in 2010, 2012 and 2014 after he was referred to as as much as the majors in 2010. The former NL Rookie of the Year was sidelined through the 2011 season after being injured in a collision with Miami Marlins outfielder Scott Cousins, however returned a 12 months later to assist the crew win their second World Series title and nab the National League’s Most Valuable Player honor.
The itemizing is held by Charlie Engs of California Outdoor Properties.
Oroville is about 65 miles north of Sacramento.