Former Atlanta Braves center fielder Andruw Jones is selling his Atlanta area home. The house has a listed price of $4.9 million and is located in Duluth.
The home on Grey Moss Pass has 12 full bathrooms, three half baths, nine bedrooms, and includes an indoor basketball court, double waterfall, putting green, elevator and batting cage, reports the Gwinnett Daily Post.
The home also includes a pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, two indoor kitchens, and three laundry rooms, according to the home’s listing.
The listing comes less than three months after Jones’ wife filed for divorce following a domestic incident late last year, the Gwinnett paper notes.
Jones’ wife filed for divorce Dec. 31 in a superior court complaint that also included a mutual restraining order and an order for a parenting seminar.
Jones and Derick have been married for 10 years and share a 9-year-old son. As part of the divorce complaint, Derick contends that her marriage to Jones is “irretrievably broken.” The miffed missus is also requesting that a judge reassess the prenuptial agreement she signed and declare it null and void.
According to a police report that was filed after the alleged assault, Derick told authorities that her husband “dragged her down a staircase, grabbing her neck and saying he wanted to kill her.” The fight between Jones and Derick allegedly happened after she asked him to help her tidy up.
Jones played for the Braves during the 1996 through 2007 seasons. Jones most recently signed a one year contract with Japan’s Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles.
Click here to see more photos of the home.