Nestled on 37 wooded acres, the extraordinary estate of Baseball Hall of Fame athlete Larry “Chipper” Jones takes full advantage of the property’s natural surroundings. The home was built in 2013 and purchased by Jones in 2018 for $9.25 million. It features eight bedrooms, nine full baths, two partial baths and sits at 23,000 square feet. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jones lived there with his wife, model Taylor Higgins and their children, and they felt it was time to downsize. The Canton, Georgia property is listed at $15 million.
Passing through the gated entrance takes you past a guest house, leading you to the front of the main residence, which features a domed entrance hall. Once you enter the double height home, the open layout flows effortlessly, allowing for ease of movement. A number of floor-to-ceiling windows greet you with views of the greenery outside.
The home is complete with natural stone and hardwood flooring, as well as dramatic tongue and groove and barrel cove ceiling treatments, bespoke cabinetry, and designer lighting. The main suite features a built-in floating headboard, floor-to-ceiling electric movie screen projector, massive closets, and opens to a private covered patio.The bathroom is completed with coveted heated floors, dual vanities, a large walk-in shower and free-standing soaking tub.
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Entertainment is always prevalent in the baseball star’s pad with a state-of-the-art home theater, gaming room, sauna, kids playroom and wine cellar. The outdoor space will transport you to a private retreat with a boating shed, heated Olympic-sized pool with a large cabana, outdoor dining area and a series of dirt bike tracks which run throughout the property.
The property features impressive world-class equestrian facilities which are housed in a four-stall stable with a two bedroom and two bathroom apartment complete with a kitchenette and office. Jones’ estate also includes a 9-car garage and a private lake stocked with fish.
Jones played in Major League Baseball for the Atlanta Braves from 1993 to 2012. The Braves chose him with the first overall pick in the 1990 MLB draft.