Miami Marlins right fielder Avisaíl García has bought a seven-bedroom mansion in Coral Gables for $9.06 million, according to Mansion Global.
The two-story residence blends Mediterranean Revival and Spanish Renaissance architecture. It has a row of balconies, a columned terrace, a pool, a spa, eight baths, and a triple garage. Iron security gate guards protect the property, the 11,476-square-foot home on 1.1 acres of land in the luxurious South Florida gated community.
The home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a large dining area, and a media room. The custom kitchen has quartz countertops. The master bedroom has its wing of the house with a private balcony and spa bath.
García, 31, was an All-Star in 2017 with the Chicago White Sox. The Marlins signed him to a four-year contract worth $53 million in 2021. He bought the new Coral Gables home with his wife, Anakarina Garcia.