Hall of Fame Closer Trevor Hoffman Ready to Close Deal on $3.75M Home

Retired San Diego Padres pitcher Trevor Hoffman will be extending his reputation as a closer, this time off the field. The beloved reliever’s acre-and-a-half spread in Rancho Santa Felisted for $3.75 million—has just gone into escrow.

The Hall of Famer bought the property for $2,685,000 in 2002, right in the middle of his stellar 16-season stint with the Padres. He retired after the 2010 season, and now serves in the Padres organization as a senior adviser for baseball operations.

It’s likely he’ll be finding another property in the San Diego area once he tosses the keys to this 8,295-square-foot home to the new owner. Hoffman and his family had plenty of room in this six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home, with luxury amenities like a luxe home gym, a custom wine cellar, a theater/media room, and a billiard-room with a built-in bar.

Trevor Hoffman's home
Trevor Hoffman’s home

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Living room
Living room

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Luxe home gym
Luxe home gym

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Custom wine cellar
Custom wine cellar

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Theater/media room
Theater/media room

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Billiard-room with bar
Billiard-room with bar

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It’s the outdoor recreational facilities that truly make this home an MVP. In addition to a fully equipped barbecue area, rolling green lawns, a pool with a rockslide and spa, fire pit, and tennis court, there’s a batting cage.

And there is plenty of lovely patio and terrace area from which to simply soak in the views and the sun.

Pool
Pool

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Tennis court
Tennis court

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Indoor/outdoor terrace
Indoor/outdoor terrace

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Overnight guests will have a comfortable stay: The property offers separate guest quarters, with a separate entry and kitchenette on the second floor.

Guest suite
Guest suite

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If you feel like leaving the friendly confines of home, the estate is located within the gated community known as Fairbanks Ranch. The community offers an elegant clubhouse, a private lake with fishing, five tennis courts, a private park, walking trails, and equestrian center.

A seven-time All-Star, Hoffman pitched in the big leagues for 18 years and never started a game. Appearing in over 1,000 contests, he wound up with 601 saves—the second-best total in MLB history. He was inducted into the Baseball of Hall of Fame in 2018.

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