Go Inside Alex Rodriguez's 6.5 Million Hollywood Hills Mansion

Former MLB baseball player puts one of his homes up for sale

By Mike Vulpo 13 Nov, 2018 11:12 PMTags
Alex Rodriguez, House, Real EstateAnthony Barcelo

Alex Rodriguez has found himself in the real estate game.

E! News can confirm the former New York Yankees baseball player has put his Hollywood Hills mansion on the market for a whopping $6.5 million.

Described as a "mid-century architectural masterpiece," the property was originally built in 1954 but masterfully updated and renovated.

The expansive floor plan opens to a beautiful backyard that includes a pool and plenty of room for entertaining and lounging.

As for the location, it's conveniently located by Sunset Boulevard meaning you're super close to all the Hollywood hotspots. We could describe it even more but maybe photos will be the ultimate sell. Take a look in our gallery below.

Home Sweet Home

A lucky new buyer gets to call this place home. 

Keep it Clean

If you thought getting ready took a long time, wait until you get pampered in this bathroom. We may never want to leave. 

Relax and Unwind

You'll feel like you're at a spa in this bathroom.

A Kitchen a Chef Would Love

Who's hungry?

Dream Office

Warning: Being steps away from that backyard will have us quite distracted in the office. 

Fire Away

When guests come over for a visit, they may want to stay for quite some time. 

Good Night

Just when we thought getting out of bed was hard enough. Imagine waking up in this glorious room?!

Top Design

Whether you want to watch J.Lo on World of Dance or A-Rod's game analysis, we have the room for you. 

You're Invited

We love this table and wall decor for business meetings and family dinners.

Cool for the Summer

Living in Southern California is nice, but living in Southern California with this backyard is epic. 

An Outdoor Oasis

We wonder how many Yankees games A-Rod has watched here.

A Peaceful Paradise

Need a place to clear your mind? This tranquil spot should do the trick.

This, friends, is what we call living the good life. Nice place, A-Rod.