Similar to Mariners game tickets, Buhner’s home is having a hard time selling.
Located approximately 40-minutes outside Safeco Field in downtown Seattle, the former M’s and “Bad to the Bone” player purchased his home in 1996 — at the height of the Mariners’ success — for $1,327,375 and built the home in 2000.
He then re-listed the home a short while later for $9,999,000, and then chopped the price again to $7,995,000.
The house fell of the market in the beginning of this year and was re-listed in mid-May for its current price of $6.75 million.
That’s almost a 50 per cent cut from Buhner’s first asking price.
Fall City home values peaked in April 2007 at $525,000 and are currently at 374,000.
Buhner’s home, named B2B Ranch (presumably for his “Bad to the Bone” moniker), sits on 80 private, wooded acres.
The 7,500-square-foot home has 4 bedrooms and 6.25 bathrooms.
The home has traditional Northwest-style architecture complete with natural stone and timber framing, open floor plan, high ceilings and copper roof.
A great room with stone fireplace and wall of windows opens to the outside.
En-suite bedrooms, workout room, pool and covered driveway entrance are also included on the property, as well as an outdoor facility and equestrian barn.
A 2,200-square-foot guest house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an extra 1,000 square feet of recreation space.
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