4793 E Charles Dr, Paradise Valley, AZ

Tim Lincecum has put his 11,028-square-foot home in Arizona on the market for $3,995,500.  The  San Francisco Giants’ ace pitcher purchased the Paradise Valley pad from former Pittsburgh Pirates fist baseman Kevin Young for $3.4 million in 2012.

From the LA Times with respect to Timmy’s home away from home:

Within the 11,028 square feet of living space are an elevator, a living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen, a game room, an office, a wine room, four bedrooms and five full bathrooms. The master bedroom has a sitting area, a wet bar and modern fireplace.

4793 E Charles Dr, Paradise Valley - Master Bedroom

The indoor sports area, in addition to the basketball court and retractable batting cage, features booth-style seating and adjoins a movie theater with stadium seating and a wet bar.

Tim Lincecum 's Paradise Valley Sport Court

The home sits on two and one-half acres near the Giants’ spring training facility in Scottsdale, with a lagoon-style pool, two waterfalls, a Jacuzzi and an elevated sun deck with a built-in grilling station outdoors.

Tim Lincecum's Paradise Valley Pool

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by John

    Turning it over again after just two years. It hardly seems like he’d have had the chance to explore the whole cavernous place…

  2. Posted by The Milkshake of Despair

    Isn’t the pitcher supposed to throw to the hitter and not the other way around?

  3. Posted by bongo bong

    $362/sqft – the quality looks very high. Any idea what it costs to build a place like that in AZ? I would think the materials alone would cost that much if not more.

  4. Posted by SFCitizen

    What is the electric bill for this house? Too bad there are no solar panels.

  5. Posted by Zugamenzia Farnsworth

    nice bedroom…..padded surfaces…plain bedclothes….i have a feeling he gets his “share.” but really, cute surface treatments otherwise (in bedroom) glass-enclosed chimney, etc, downright clever! pool area awash in lovely textures, angles, and sconces. looks like a great pad! and no fog: ever again!

  6. Posted by Brian M

    You prefer 112 to fog?

    Not me!

    Nice house, though!

  7. Posted by jessep

    Paradise Valley is one of the richest parts of Phoenix, understandable.

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