Phillies past and present are making real estate deals in the offseason.
On the heels of closer Jonathan Papelbon listing his $6.9 million Center City condo, retiree Roy Halladay has just put his Newtown Square crib on the market for $1.95 million.
Halladay retired in December 2013 after four seasons with the Phillies.
Halladay and his wife, Brandy, purchased the Delaware County home for about $2.3 million in March 2010 at the start of Halladay's first season with the Phillies, public records show.
The 7,900-square-foot home of the former Phillies pitcher is at the end of a cul-de-sac on Springhouse Lane. Luxury features include a finished basement with a gym, recreation room, and sauna. Outside, there's a pool house, an outdoor kitchen, and a pool with a spa.
The master suite includes a bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and his-and-her baths.
Halladay isn't the only Phillie to live in the neighborhood. His former teammate Cole Hamels has owned a home in Newtown Square since August 2009.
Real estate records show that the Halladays, whose primary residence is a six-bedroom, 10-and-a-half-bath spread in Odessa, Fla., sold a smaller home in Palm Harbor in May 2014.
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