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The 17,900-square-foot property, which he and his wife Maria purchased for $7 million in 2013, includes a five-bedroom house with an elevator, a guest house, a swimming pool with built-in dining table and -- of course -- a baseball diamond, scaled down to suit Wiffle ball games.
More amenities include a seven-car garage, a man-made lake with canoes, a full gym, a game room and a movie theater with a popcorn machine.
"We'll miss it, but are excited for what lies ahead," Mr. Crisp said in an emailed statement, via The Wall Street Journal.
See the complete gallery of the for-sale Crisp residence below, via Realtor.com.