Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, who’s headed again to Wisconsin for the restart of crew coaching, has bought a condominium overlooking Lake Michigan for $1 million.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit on the Kilbourne, a 33-story lakefront tower, is positioned a couple of miles east of Miller Park, the place the Brewers play.
An open-concept ground plan and an upgraded kitchen are amongst options of the two,300-square-foot condominium. Flooring-to-ceiling home windows look out towards close by Veterans Park and Milwaukee Bay.
The open ground plan.
The eating space.
The connoisseur kitchen.
The lake view.
The master suite.
The grasp rest room.
The condominium got here up on the market in Could for $1.15 million and bought in about 5 weeks, information present.
Chris Corley of Corley Actual Property held the itemizing.
In an interview with The Occasions this week, Braun was cautiously optimistic about Main League Baseball’s plans to start out the common season. MLB plans to start out its shortened season later this month, with video games to be performed in ballparks as a substitute of a “bubble” much like what the NBA, WNBA and MLS have deliberate.
An L.A. native, Braun has notched 5 Silver Slugger Awards, six All-Star nods and an NL MVP Award (2011) in 13 seasons with the Brewers. He’s getting into the ultimate yr of a five-year, $105-million extension he signed in 2011.
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