Big Papi is putting his Massachusetts mansion up for sale, and you can buy it – for a price tag of $6.3 million.
Former Red Sox star David Ortiz recently put his extravagant 8,586-square-foot home on the market, which sits on 2 acres in Weston.
If you have the means, it would be an opportunity to live in the home of one of Boston's most-loved sports figures.
The mansion has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and what used to be Big Papi's personal dressing room.
One bedroom is a mock-up of Fenway Park, complete with the Green Monster on the wall. The Fenway theme is probably the biggest selling point; the three-car garage has a trophy room and the basement was built with the help of the Fenway architects themselves.
There's also a custom-built bar and theater in the basement with actual materials from Fenway.
Ortiz said his family had a great time in the house, and he swears the place was his good luck charm.
The Driftwood Lane house was completed in 2008 after it was bought by Ortiz in 2007 for $4.5 million.
According to the listing, the house is an "Adirondack-style home fit for an All Star."
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