Jan 2010 25

Oh Johnny Damon, the man whose departure from Red Sox Nation to the Evil Empire broke many a baseball fans hearts.  Time has passed an wounds have healed so I feel safe to post this entry.  The one time home of Johnny Damon sold off for $8 million in 2007 (after buying it for $5.555 million – not too bad there), is back on the market (now with trendy zebra-patterned rug!). The 2,100-square-foot, 3BR, 3.5BA apartment is asking $8.9 million this time around.  Interested? It is a beauty even if once owned by a Boston traitor.

Jan 2010 15

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Nov 2009 19


Buyers balked at the price, so Curt Schilling is changing his pitch again in an effort to sell his Medfield mansion.

No. 38 has reduced the price of his 26-acre Medfield estate to $4.5 million, the same price the former Red Sox pitcher and his wife Shonda paid Drew Bledsoe for the 20-room Colonial in 2004.

The 11,000-square-foot gated home, which includes a home theater, heated swimming pool, an all-sports court and a professional batting cage, was originally listed last year for $8 million. That price was dropped to $5 million in March.

“At $8 million, it was priced way too high to begin with,” said Scott Colwell, a developer who is selling a new four-bedroom home in the Woodcliff Hills section of Medfield for $1.4 million. “They lowered the price to 2004 levels, which is more realistic in today’s market.” (Source: Boston Herald)

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