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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Allen Craig Selling St. Louis Home After Trade to Boston (PHOTOS)

Posted By on Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 6:00 AM

click to enlarge Who wants to buy Allen Craig's home? - IMAGES VIA REALTOR.COM
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  • Who wants to buy Allen Craig's home?

As Allen Craig settles into life with the Boston Red Sox, he is selling the home where he and his family lived while he played for the St. Louis Cardinals for just under $800,000.

His 4,881-square-foot Chesterfield home may not be as fancy as the 10,800-square-foot mansion retired Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter put on the market in May, but hey, not everybody gets $63.5 million contract offers.

click to enlarge Allen Craig's living room.
  • Allen Craig's living room.
click to enlarge The kitchen.
  • The kitchen.

Curious about how a Cardinal lives? Craig's four-bedroom, six-bathroom home has an attached sun room overlooking an expansive back yard with a new electric pet fence (is Torty really that fast, Craig?), two wet bars, a three-car garage, covered porch and a wine fridge.

click to enlarge One of the wet bars.
  • One of the wet bars.
click to enlarge Looks like Craig's little one has taken over the sun room.
  • Looks like Craig's little one has taken over the sun room.

See also: Carlos Beltran Trying To Sell New York Home, Lowers Price To $4.99 Million (PHOTOS)

The master bathroom sounds luxurious with its six-foot whirlpool tub and a separate shower with two shower heads and four body sprays.

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The home built in 1991 is listed for $799,900.

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Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.

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