Baseball star Randy Johnson is listing his 25,000-square-foot home in Arizona’s Paradise Valley for $25 million.

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Paradise Valley estate

The three-story Mediterranean-style home is on 5-acres and has seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. The room that currently serves as Mr. Johnson’s office has wood-paneled walls, an adjoining poker room and a window that overlooks a three-car display garage for collectible cars.

Randy Johnson office

Other amenities include a sports memorabilia display room, a pet suite with a washing station and a play area and a game room with a Western-themed billiards parlor and bar.

Billiard hall

On the lower level of the home there is a 20-seat movie theater with stadium-style seating, a working ticket booth and a marquee.

20-seat theater

The home also has a recording studio, a separate stage with lighting and sound equipment and a collector’s musical instrument showroom, which currently displays guitars.

Arizona Home Tennis court

The property includes a 1,746-square-foot separate fitness facility with a locker room and showers as well as a tennis court.

Arizona Home Swimming Pool

There is also a swimming pool with a two-story water slide! 

Take a tour of the residence in this video below.

The most expensive home sale ever publicly recorded in Paradise Valley was a 10,850-square-foot home that sold in 2006 for $10.2 million.

Source: PropGOluxury via WSJ 

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