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Baseball Legend’s Former California Estate Lists for $2.41M

The Glendale, California, house that once belonged to sports legend Casey Stengel has hit the market for $2.41 million. The Mediterranean home, which was built in 1925, was Stengel's life-long residence, and the baseball star called the property home until his death in 1975.

""According to"":http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-hotprop-20120722,0,6783720,full.story the _LA Times_, veterinarian to the stars James C. Davis bought the house from Stengel's estate in 1978; though he may not have made the Baseball Hall of Fame like Stengel, Davis enjoyed his own slice of the celebrity scene thanks to his impressive client roster which included post pets belonging to Cher and Marlon Brando. The 4,600-square-foot home encompasses nearly an acre of land, and the property boasts charming amenities like a pool house, tennis courts, and a fruit orchard, and G&C Properties' ""Gerri Cragnotti"":http://www.gerricragnotti.com/ hold the listing.

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