"Wide open" is the phrase that likely comes to mind when perusing photos of former Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann’s nearly 10,000-square-foot Suwanee digs.
Within the cavernous chambers of this six-bedroom, six-bathroom, two 1/2-bathroom home is exactly the setup one might expect from a major league athlete with millions to burn:
Sprawling rec room, bar, wine cellar, home movie theater, memorabilia showcases, and a large backyard pool with spa (and a basketball hoop beside it).
McCann, who played for the Atlanta Braves from 2005 to 2013, is a seven-time All Star and six-time Silver Slugger Award winner. He currently plays for the New York Yankees — at least for now.
A native of Athens, McCann graduated from Duluth High School.
While not mentioning once who this place belongs to, the listing agent does describe at length the vaulted wood beamed ceilings, brick and travertine floors, wide baseboards, and stained doors throughout, as well as a "showcase kitchen of granite and brick."
The master bedroom has separate his and hers bathrooms, closets, and a "car wash shower for both to enjoy."
Uh ... TMI.
Built in 2008, the listing price for this monstrous dwelling is $2.45 million.
- 869 Big Horn Hollow, Suwanee [Keller Williams]
- MLB Trade Rumors [Bleacher Report]