Get to know the mansion that Venezuelan baseball player Asdrúbal Cabrera got rid of

Asdrúbal Cabrera sold the beautiful smart mansion he had in Florida.

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The Venezuelan baseball player Asdrúbal Cabrera, 35 years old and who is active in the MLB Cincinnati Reds, just got rid of the imposing mansion he owned in Southwest Ranches, Florida.

According to information from various media specialized in the sale of real estate, the second baseman born in Puerto de la Cruz got rid of his property on October 12, after receiving the amount of $ 7.4 million dollars.

The figure obtained is much lower than what it originally intended to receive, since, in December 2020, it launched it for sale by $ 8.9 million, later in June of this year it lowered it to $ 8.3 million.

The residence, which dates back to 2020 and was designed by the architectural firm Choeff Levy Fischman, has an area of ​​9,363 square feet, with seven bedrooms, with nine full baths and two half baths.

It also has an entrance hall, a kitchen, a breakfast room, a dining room, a living room, a main room, a television room, a bar, a games room, a movie theater, a gym, a wine cellar, laundry room, among other rooms.

The kitchen is open and quite spacious. It is equipped with a brown cupboard, with stainless steel appliances, with a central island that works to prepare food, but also as a breakfast bar for three people. The room is so spacious that it still has room for a 10-seat pre-dining table.

Outside, in its 2.69-acre lot, it has a terrace, with an outdoor dining room, with green areas, with a swimming pool with its respective spa area, with a fire pit, with a half basketball court, among other amenities.

In addition to attracting the spotlight for its dimensions and facilities, this smart home also does so by being located in the exclusive gated community of Landmark Ranches, as well as for the spectacular views that it offers from each of its rooms, since its walls are made of glass.

The residence was never inhabited by the former Cleveland Indians player, as he preferred to please his daughter, who at that time began to develop her great passion for horses, so he looked for a place where she could carry out this hassle-free practice.

To see more images of the architectural jewel that Asdrúbal Cabrera built, click here.

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