A Baseball Fan's Dream: The House That Babe Ruth Owned
It's not quite "The House That Ruth Built," but Babe Ruth's former home in Sudbury, Mass., is on sale for $1.65 million. "Home Plate Farm" was built in 1800 and purchased by Ruth in 1922. He lived there until 1926.
The 5,124 square feet of living space has been "meticulously renovated" and has 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It features a state-of-the-art kitchen, a four-season sun porch, and a "Babe Ruth" memorabilia room on the third floor. The two-acre property also has a pool and a 5,000-square-foot barn, complete with horse stables, a hobby garage and a top-floor apartment with a full kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
Check out Sudbury Patch for more details.
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