Have $6.495 million to spare? That’s what it will take if you want to purchase Ryan Howard’s luxury condo in the heart of Philadelphia.

The former Phillies slugger is selling his expansive, 4,166-square-foot pad on the 24th floor of 1706 Rittenhouse, an exclusive high-rise of 31 full-floor residences that offer river-to-river views, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Accessed by a private elevator, the home features four bedrooms, two private balconies, two fireplaces, and a temperature-controlled wine room visible through a wall of glass, according to a listing from Allan Domb Real Estate. The building’s amenities include a private sauna, a landscaped garden with a koi pond, and a fully automated garage that retrieves your car while you head down to the lobby.

An automated pallet deposits cars at 1706 Rittenhouse Square St. The driver parks on the platform, lasers making sure it is parked right. The pallet moves the car to the nearest open bay in the four-story parking area.
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An automated pallet deposits cars at 1706 Rittenhouse Square St. The driver parks on the platform, lasers making sure it is parked right. The pallet moves the car to the nearest open bay in the four-story parking area.

Here’s a peek into the condo, which includes some baby toys and a couple of Phillies keepsakes:

The living room.
Allan Domb Real Estate
The living room.
The view from one of the two balconies.
Allan Domb Real Estate
The view from one of the two balconies.
The tremendous view of Philadelphia that can be yours for $6.495 million.
Allan Domb Real Estate
The tremendous view of Philadelphia that can be yours for $6.495 million.
A couple pieces of Phillies memorabilia made it into the listing.
Allan Domb Real Estate
A couple pieces of Phillies memorabilia made it into the listing.
The Rittenhouse Square condo is on the market for $6.495 million.
Allan Domb Real Estate
The Rittenhouse Square condo is on the market for $6.495 million.

Howard earned more than $190 million during his 13 seasons with the Phillies, but in recent years, the 40-year-old former slugger has been selling some of the high-priced properties he amassed during his career.

In February 2019, he sold his massive 19,000-square-foot Florida mansion — panic room included — for $16.5 million, which set the record at the time for the priciest residential real-estate sale in Tampa Bay-area history. In June 2016, he sold his 8,900-square-foot Blue Bell home for $2.525 million.

Former Phillies pitchers Cliff Lee and Jonathan Papelbon also were owners in the building, but both sold their condos in 2015. Lee got $6.55 million for his 20th-floor space, while Papelbon sold his 15th-floor condo for $6.2 million.

Since retiring in 2016, Howard has certainly kept busy. During spring training, the former slugger will be a guest instructor for the Phillies in Clearwater, Fla. He also spent a year as a baseball analyst for ESPN, and is a partner with SeventySix Capital, a sports tech venture capitalist fund headquartered in Conshohocken.