Schilling House for Sale for Nearly $3.5 Million

Curt Shilling has listed his 20-room, 26 acre estate with a South Natick realtor.


Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has put his 20-room, 26 acre Medfield estate on the market for $3,450,000, according to The Boston Channel.

The 7,981 square foot Schilling estate is listed with Landmark Residential in South Natick which describes the property as:

20 rooms, 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 3 half baths, swimming pool, beach volley ball court, tennis court, pitching/batting cage.

Extremely private 26 acre estate with every amenity for formal entertaining, relaxed family gatherings and sports enthusiasts. A long driveway leads to an electric gate with fieldstone pillars.

Once inside the complex there is a heated pool with waterfall, sports court, beach volley ball court, batting/pitching cage and putting green. The interiors have soaring ceilings and beautiful wood detailing including inlay wood floors, cherry paneled library and coffered ceilings. The two main floors have over 7,000 square feet and the walk out lower level has over 4,000 square feet with home theatre, full wet bar, billard area, sauna, exercise room, wine room, hot tub and dog grooming area.

To view photos of the property, click here.

In February of this year, 38 Studios (originally named "Green Monster Games") released its first game "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning" and had another game, "Project Copernicus," in the works when the company filed for bankruptcy protection in June.

In May, the company laid off all its employees and was unable to make payments on a $75 million loan it received from the state of Rhode Island.

Last week, the Washington Post reported that no federal charges would be filed against 38 Studios but that the Rhode Island investigation is on-going. 

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Kandi Pitrus October 04, 2012 at 02:18 PM
The house is absolutely beautiful inside. It's perfect for a family that likes to entertain.


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