The 16,238sqm mansion in Texas is owned by Vernon Wells III, a three time Gold Glove winning outfielder who spent time with the Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Angels and New York Yankees throughout his career.
Before breaking into the major leagues he also spent time with the Sydney Storm of the Australian Baseball League in 1999.
Located in Westlake, Texas, the five-bedroom, nine-bathroom house is listed with a US$8.5 million (AUD$11.741 million) price tag and is a dream come true for baseball lovers, having an indoor batting cage where you can practice your swing as well as a fully-equipped gym.
Built by Jauregui Architect in 2010, there is also a hair salon, massage room, steam room and games room, which Wells has fitted out with a pool table, arcade games and his Gold Glove and Silver Slugger trophies.
The main bedroom has its own walk-in wardrobe and a coffee bar, while there is also a five-car garage and separate golf cart garage.
A tiered cinema room, a sports court and 90,000 gallon swimming pool with a swim-up bar slide and basketball hoop complete the property.
Wells previously listed the house in July 2017 and January 2018 for $9.9 million.
It is listed with Alicia Chmielewski of Keller Williams Realty.