Former Braves pitcher Tom Glavine — the left-handed head of the team's Holy Mound Triumvirate of the '90s — has put his Country Club of the South mansion on the market, but he may not be headed far. Glavine, who now dabbles in broadcasting, recently listed this 10,222 square-footer in Alpharetta for $1.99 million. Occupying about two acres on Old Southwick Pass, it welcomes visitors with your standard double-staircase-and-chandelier foyer, and includes a game room, indoor putting green, media room and nine bathrooms. Among the seven bedrooms is one that, appropriately enough, is baseball-themed (though Barry Bonds' name among several painted on the ceiling seems an odd choice). It's not quite the MONSTER mansion that former teammate John Smoltz put on the market last year, but we've got some pretty decent digs here. Even if they are pretty blah.
If Glav is able to sell the 1994 crib, he and his family may be staying in CC of the South. Fulton tax records list the Glavines as owning another $2-million, almost 12,000 square-foot gem on Hurleston Lane — which shoots directly off of the aforementioned Old Southwick Pass. They've apparently held the deed for that one since 2001 (meaning no easily found photos). Not sure what the deal is there, but, in case you were wondering, one reference site estimates Glavine's career earnings (pre-taxes) in the neighborhood of $130 million.
— By Curbed Atlanta contributor Tyler Estep
· 8925 Old Southwick Pass [Trulia]
· Your Chance to Roam the Same Halls As a Future Hall of Famer [Curbed Atlanta]