Pete Rose’s Home With Gourmet Kosher Kitchen on Sale for $2 Million

Backyard exterior of Pete Rose's home

Backyard exterior of Pete Rose’s home

Former Phillie Pete Rose, famed baseball player but not Hall of Famer, has listed his Sherman Oaks, Calif., house for $2.15 million. The reality TV star‘s custom Spanish-style home boasts a covered patio with outdoor kitchen, bar, and dining and seating areas, all accessible through double doors in front of the foyer.




Inside, skylights and oversized windows let in that shiny California sun. A breakfast room is connected to the gourmet kosher kitchen, which includes two dishwashers and three sinks.

Care for a midnight swim? The master bedroom has a balcony with an attached spiral staircase leading the landscaped backyard and patio, where there's a pool and spa.

Other rooms in the house include a family room and study/office, which currently has photographs from Rose's baseball days.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 6
Baths: 4.1
Square feet: 4,719
Price: $2.15M



Listing: 13348 Chandler Street, Sherman Oaks, CA, 91401 [Rodeo Realty]

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  • PPABootsquadVinnie

    So, Pete Rose REALLY IS Jewish? Who knew? Maybe he should be in Adam Sandler’s new Happy Hannukah song instead of Rod Carew [who really Didn't convert].
    Oy!

  • Brian Marsh

    What constitutes a “.1″ bath?

    • http://blog.philadelphiarealestate.com/ Sandy Smith

      This is an inconsistency in real-estate-listing-speak. Half bathrooms can be indicated by a “.5″, which means there is one half-bathroom, or by another tenths-place number, in which case the number represents the number of half-bathrooms. So a listing that says a house has “3.2 baths” would have three full and two half bathrooms. A listing that says a house has either “2.5 baths” or “2.1 baths” says the same thing in each case: two full and one half bathrooms.

    • BlueCoat

      A bucket in the corner.