The Scottsdale, Arizona mansion of MLB legend and Hall of Famer Randy Johnson is going up for auction on January 29.

The 25,416 square foot home has an awful lot to offer.

It’s a two-structured estate with a fitness center and guest home.
Also included is a home theater, a recording studio, a performance stage, a collector’s music instrument showroom, an eight-car motor court and three-car display garage with mechanics area.

Per a release, the auction “will open digitally January 29th and close at a live auction at The Phoenician — one of Scottsdale’s most luxurious resorts — on January 31st.”

Concierge Auctions will be handling the sale.

The estate is listed at $14.5 million. So, whoever ends up winning the auction will certainly pay a pretty penny. But that person will also end up with a property that has an awful lot to offer.

Michael Dixon
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