L.A. Dodgers Star Cody Bellinger Lists One Home and Buys Another in Arizona – Realtor.com News

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Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Cody Bellinger is hoping to tag a buyer for his Chandler, AZ, abode.
The Phoenix-area home is now on the market for $3,999,000. Bellinger had picked up the newly built residence in 2020 for $2,850,000.
The new buyer will be flying high with this fly-in and park property. The 4,500-square-foot residence comes with a private airplane hangar.
In fact, the hangar is adjacent to the Stellar Airpark. Amenities in the hangar space include a retractable batting cage, bar, and sport court.
It is “the ultimate man cave,” according to the listing.
The three-bedroom, 4.5-bath house features a high-end kitchen with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, a built-in espresso maker, two dishwashers, and a wine fridge.
Other highlights include two primary bedrooms, a guest suite, an office, and a game room.
The open floor plan includes 18-foot ceilings, and the living area features a gas fireplace.
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The half-acre outdoor space boasts a kitchen with a pizza oven, a heated pool, a hot tub, and a fireplace.
While he’s ready to fly away from Chandler, the Arizona native hasn’t strayed far. Late last year, the two-time All-Star snagged a Scottsdale, AZ, mansion for $4,250,000.
There’s no place to park a plane, but the residence has plenty of other perks. It’s larger, with 5,679 square feet of living space. It has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and views of Camelback Mountain.
The outdoor space sports two putting greens, a heated pool, and a hot tub.
When it comes to real estate, Bellinger has his mom going to bat for him. Listing agent Jennifer Bellinger with Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty represented the player in both transactions.
Now 26, Cody Bellinger first made his mark in the sport at age 11, helping his team reach the 2007 Little League World Series.
He was drafted by the Dodgers in 2013 and made his big-league debut in 2017—and won Rookie of the Year. In 2019, he was named National League Most Valuable Player and helped the Dodgers clinch the World Series championship the following season.
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