Bush Insurance & Realty issued the following announcement on Sept 18.
After spending half of his seven-season big league career out West, Jean Segura switched coasts prior to the 2019 season. The Philadelphia Phillies landed Segura in a blockbuster deal last December.
Now, the former Seattle Mariner is tying up a loose end on the West Coast. The All-Star shortstop is selling his $5 million mansion in Bellevue, WA.
Segura joined the M's in 2017, the year this 6,394-square-foot house was built. Sleek and modern, the exterior of this eye-catching home sets the mood before you even walk through the front door. Wood and glass dominate the facade and create a warm vibe. The interior of the home is loaded with the design flourishes and innovative touches you’d expect from a recently completed home.
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- It's wired with a fully integrated smart home system that allows for one-touch control of lights, shades, and in-room sound system. The six-bedroom home also features a luxurious home theater, wine cellar, and rooftop terrace.
It sits on just under a half-acre of land in the quiet Lochleven neighborhood, and is a mere four blocks from downtown and Main Street, making it the perfect blend of private luxury and urban activity.
- Raised in the Dominican Republic, the 29-year-old infielder had a long road to the major leagues. Segura signed with the Los Angeles Angels in 2007, but toiled in the minors for a few seasons before making his MLB debut in 2012 for the Angels.
After a single game with the Angels, Segura went on to play for the Milwaukee Brewers, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Mariners. He made the All-Star squad in 2013 and 2018.
The listing is being handled by Karl Lindor of Windermere Real Estate/East Original source here.