But he's got unfinished business in Colorado. He's still trying to unload his Cherry Hills mansion, which has been on the market since December.
As seen in photos accompanying the Sotheby's International Realty page devoted to the residence, it's a spectacular place, complete with an in-home fitness center, a screening room and a wine cellar — and it can be yours for just $5.485 million.
Fortunately, it doesn't cost that much to take a look around. Check out photos of the joint below, accompanied by Sotheby's descriptions and text — and for much more information, click to check out the original listing.
About 23 Carriage Lane
Here's your chance to purchase an incredible property owned by Major League Baseball star Troy "Tulo" Tulowitzki. Nearly 2.5 fully gated acres at the end of a private cul-de-sac in the heart of Cherry Hills Village. Incredible grounds that offer picture-perfect mountain views, resort-style pool/hot tub, flat yard, water features, circle drive and tremendous privacy. The home features two large main floor studies, nanny's suite with sitting area, five car garage, main floor guest suite, elevator to all three levels, upper master suite with stunning mountain views, dual staircases up and down, dramatic entry and great room, beautifully functioning kitchen with cherry cabinetry with separate caterer's kitchen, large mud room and brilliant windows throughout. The basement offers one of the largest exercise rooms you'll ever find in a home, walk-in wine room, open media room, large recreation/entertaining room, separate billiards room with a hidden safe room and two additional bedrooms
Details for 23 Carriage Lane
Price / Sq. Ft.:
14,157 Sq Ft.
Property Type: Single Family Home
Year Built: 2005
Subdivision: Cherry Hills Village
School District: CHERRY CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5 IN THE COUNTY OF ARAPAH
Elementary: Cherry Hills Village
High: Cherry Creek
Continue to see more of Troy Tulowitzki's home for sale.
In-Home Fitness Center
Media Room/Home Theater
Underground Lawn Sprinkler
In-Law Suite Or Apt
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