Cole Hamels will always be #1 in our book. World Series MVP. A “world f****** champion” with the 2008 Philadelphia Phillies.
He’s a free agent right now and hasn’t pitched in 2021, but you never know, maybe he gets back to 100% health at some point and pulls a Jamie Moyer and finds himself on the mound again.
While he’s no longer with the Philadelphia Phillies, the star pitcher Cole Hamels and his wife, Heidi, stuck around Pennsylvania to raise their children. Now the couple are ready to find a new home base, and have placed their custom-built abode on the market.
Their property is available for $2,495,000 with the listing agent Kit Anstey, of BHHS Fox & Roach West Chester.
About 25 miles outside Philadelphia in Newtown Square, PA, the spacious abode offers 9,720 square feet, six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms.
Hamels never signed with a team for the 2021 season, and he and his family have left the space, which looks even bigger with empty, unstaged rooms.
It’s a cool spot. Nice and airy. Large foyer, curved staircase, with a big family room and fireplace. Crown moldings, beamed ceilings, etc. All of the stuff you’d expect a place like this to have. There’s also a pool and hot tub combo in the back yard and a covered living and dining area with an outdoor fireplace.
Some photos from the listing:
I am thinking of putting in an offer.