Phillies Pitcher Jonathan Papelbon Sold His Penthouse In Boston For $2.8 Million

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After six years pitching for the Red Sox, Jonathan Papelbon left for the Philadelphia Phillies.Papelbon put his beautiful penthouse in Boston on the market for $3.1 million, and now he’s finally sold it for $2.825 million, according to Curbed.

Papelbon and his wife bought the penthouse back in 2009 for $2.67 million.

The penthouse is less than two miles from Fenway, is 2,500 square feet, has a gourmet kitchen, and roof access with gorgeous views of the Charles.

Here's the outside view. Brick building lined street

It's the penthouse, so check out the views

This room looks pretty empty.

More views from the penthouse roof

One of the bathrooms

The stairway

A baby room. Notice Papelbon's face on the rug

Another view of the baseball locker room baby nursery

Not a bad spot for a hot tub

Another one of the bathrooms

Another baby room. Papelbon has two kids, a daughter, and a son.

The kitchen

Another view of the kitchen and eating area

The master bedroom

Living room and dining room

Up close view of the stove

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