The Indians Coco Crisp Owns An Absolutely Astounding Home (Photos)
Cleveland Indians OF Coco Crisp has put together a very nice 15-year career. During stints with the Indians (twice), Red Sox, Royals and Athletics, the Los Angeles native has collected 1,572 hits and 309 stolen bases. The highpoints of his résumé include leading the American League in stolen bases in 2011 and being a member of Boston’s 2007 world championship squad.
Crisp’s long run as a solid, but not spectacular big league ballplayer has resulted in a whopping $70 million of contractual earnings. Not a bad gig if you can get it.
Crisp’s immense wealth has allowed him to own one of the most amazing houses you will ever see. A palace that can be yours for a cool $9.995 million.
Set in the beautiful desert landscape of Rancho Mirage, California (11 miles from downtown Palm Springs & 120 miles from downtown Los Angeles), Crisp’s 17,870-square-foot mansion comes equipped with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a theater, wine room and seven-car garage.
The incredible surrounding five-acre property features a private lake, pool, grotto, tennis court, basketball court, mini baseball field, guesthouse and gazebo.
The place is absolutely ridiculous!
The 37-year-old Crisp paid $7 million for the desert oasis back in 2013.