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Mr. National Ryan Zimmerman Lists Great Falls Home For $8 Million
Washington Nationals legend Ryan Zimmerman has listed his former Virginia home for sale, but he didn't move very far.
The 13,000 square-foot, six-bedroom house in Great Falls hit the market earlier this week for $7.9 million with Wetherly Barker Hemeon of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.
The expansive estate has many of the bells and whistles that one would expect for a home with this price tag, and a couple unique features.
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There is a full bar, a wine cellar and a game room, as well as a theater room with stadium seating and a fully-equipped gym with a steam room. The cabana area has a large seating area with a fireplace, a salt water infinity pool, hot tub and koi pond. Unique to the listing is two-story playhouse that was once featured on TLC's Charmed Playhouses.
While Zimmerman is selling this home, he and his family aren't leaving the area. Earlier this year, they purchased a new 20,000 square-foot home in McLean.
Photos courtesy of Peter Papoulakos Photography and Blue Sky Media.
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