BALTIMORE, Md. (WJZ)– Want to live in the house of a Baltimore legend? It’ll only cost you $12.5 million.
Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer, Cal Ripken Jr., listed his Worthington Valley, 12.5 million-dollar estate in Baltimore County for sale, according to the Baltimore Business Journal.
Built in 1985, the 25-acre homestead is located at 13301 Dover Road, in Reisterstown. The 8,152-square-foot home has six bedrooms and 10 full baths, five half bathrooms, two four-car garages.
Cal lived in the home with his wife for nearly all of their 29-year marriage. It was redesigned in 1991 and 1995 to include a gym with the full-size basketball court, batting cage, training room and locker room.
Cal moved to Annapolis following the divorce in April.
Ripken retired from Major League Baseball in 2001 after 21 seasons for the Orioles.
He holds the Major League Baseball record for consecutive games played at 2,632 and broke Lou Gehrig’s record for most consecutive games played at 2,131 games on Sept. 6, 1995 at Camden Yards.