Joc Pederson moved out of his Studio City, Calif., home last fall.
His modern farmhouse closed there for $4.1 million in October 2021. Property records show an entity linked to the MLB player sold the place.
The deal saw the outfielder rake in a tidy profit, as he bought the sleek space for $3.25 million in 2018.
Now with the San Francisco Giantsthe Bay Area native may not need a home base in Southern California.
But his LA-area pad was a real trap.
Built in 2016, the 5,183 square foot home has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The two-story gated home includes a home theater, outdoor kitchen, saltwater pool, and temperature-controlled wine cellar.
The chef’s kitchen features custom marble countertops and a breakfast bar. It overlooks the family room. Nearby, glass doors open onto a covered outdoor dining area.
Upstairs, the master suite overlooks the backyard. Three en-suite bedrooms are located in the opposite wing, and they are connected by an open living area.
In a video tour of the premises in 2019, the player explained that he and his wife, Kelsey, just had her first child and needed an upgrade and more space for her family and her dog, Blue. The family welcomed a second child in 2020.
The pearl-wearing Pederson still maintains a small space in Los Angeles
As we previously reported, he appears to have purchased a two-bedroom, 1,300-square-foot condo in a full-service building in Glendale, Calif., in 2021 for $870,000.
The All-Star began his career with the Dodgers in 2014 and helped the team win the World Series in 2020.
As a free agent, Pederson signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Cubs for the 2021 season. Shortly after, he was traded to the Atlanta Braveswhere he helped the team win the 2021 World Series and earned the nickname Joc-tober.
This month, the 29-year-old signed a one-year, $6 million deal with the Giants.