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Giants’ Tim Lincecum Lists Giant Arizona Mansion

Emily Heffter
August 6, 2014

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Tim Lincecum turned 30 this summer, and he’s putting his bachelor-friendly mansion on the market for nearly $4 million.

The long-haired hero of the 2010 World Series bought the estate for $3.4 million in 2012 — and it is a sports fanatic’s dream home.

The contemporary at 4793 E Charles Dr in Paradise Valley, AZ  has an indoor basketball court with a retractable batting cage and courtside, restaurant-style booths. That’s all next door to the theater room with a bar and reclining seats.

Outdoors, there’s a pool with two waterfalls, a whirlpool spa and sundeck, plus a built-in grilling station.

It’s not all fun and games. The house also has a chef’s kitchen with granite and glass countertops, a huge master suite, limestone flooring and sweeping mountain views. In all, there are more than 11,000 square feet, 4 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

You can take a video tour of the home here. Stacey Beck of HomeSmart holds the listing.

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Emily Heffter, a reporter and writer for Zillow Blog, covers celebrity real estate, unusual properties, and other real estate topics. Read more of her work here.