Matt Williams, former Arizona Diamondbacks third-baseman and third-base coach, recently listed his Paradise Valley home for sale for $9.5 million.
The 14,631-square-foot estate, which has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, is located near Camelback and Scottsdale roads, in a double-gated lot in the Camelback Lands community, according to public real-estate records.
Williams is now a coach with the Oakland Athletics.
The ornate European-style estate has a circular stone driveway flanked by palm trees and an entry fountain. The home is also fitted with luxury finishes including imported stone flooring, eight fireplaces and decorative marble details.
The chef's kitchen comes with a Viking refrigerator/freezer, two Viking dishwashers, marble counter tops, a 60-inch oven and a Miele espresso machine.
The master suite has a coffee bar, courtyard, fireplace, his-and-her custom closets, a washer and dryer, workout room, sauna, spa and hair salon.
The home also features a home theater with 137-inch screen, a 2,000-bottle temperature-controlled stone wine cellar, a wine tasting room and a billiards room.
The living room has custom sliding doors that open to the backyard, which has an outdoor Viking kitchen with massive built-in barbecue, an Italian glass tile pool, spa and pool house.
The house also comes with a 602-square-foot guest house and a seven-car garage.
The house is being sold through David Newman of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty.