Randy Johnson's Arizona giant home up for grabs at $25 million

Randy Johnson’s Arizona giant home up for grabs at $25 million

It seems that despite a many magnificent palaces, Randy’s extravagant home is considered to be one of the most luxurious currently on the market. Baseball legend Randy Johnson is selling his 25,000-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion for $25 million.

Situated on five acres, the home has seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms. Johnson has a magnificent trophy room, adorned with baseball memorabilia, including his Cy Young Awards, a World Series trophy and jerseys from his two no-hitters, all decorated in high luxury and with a lot of style.

Randy Johnson’s Arizona home includes a game room, a Western-themed billiards parlor with a bar and a poker room. But that’s not all, there are also an elevator, recording studio, a separate stage with lighting and sound equipment and a collector’s musical instrument showroom (which currently displays guitars), fire pole between first floor and basement, a guest house and eight-car motor court as well as three-car garage . A 20-seat movie theater, a working ticket booth and a marquee is located on the lower level of the home.

A grandiose swimming pool with two-story water slide and a 1,746-square-foot separate fitness facility with a locker room and showers as well as a tennis court make this property even more gorgeous.