Former Red Sox star David Ortiz recently put his extravagant 8,586-square-foot home on the market, which sits on 2 acres in Weston, Massachusetts.
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David 'Big Papi' Ortiz selling Massachusetts mansion for $6.3 million

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Former Red Sox star David Ortiz recently put his extravagant 8,586-square-foot home on the market, which sits on 2 acres in Weston. 

Big Papi is putting his Massachusetts mansion up for sale, and you can buy it – for a price tag of $6.3 million.
Photo: Boston25News.com

If you have the means, it would be an opportunity to live in the home of one of Boston's most-loved sports figures

The mansion has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and what used to be Big Papi's personal dressing room. 

One bedroom is a mock-up of Fenway Park, complete with the Green Monster on the wall. The Fenway theme is probably the biggest selling point; the three-car garage has a trophy room and the basement was built with the help of the Fenway architects themselves. 

One bedroom is a mock-up of Fenway Park, complete with the Green Monster on the wall.
Photo: Boston25News.com

There's also a custom-built bar and theater in the basement with actual materials from Fenway.

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Ortiz said his family had a great time in the house, and he swears the place was his good luck charm.

The Fenway theme is probably the home's biggest selling point.
Photo: Boston25News.com

The Driftwood Lane house was completed in 2008 after it was bought by Ortiz in 2007 for $4.5 million.

According to the listing, the house is an "Adirondack-style home fit for an All Star." 

Read more here.

Ortiz said his family had a great time in the house, and he swears it was his good luck charm.
Photo: Boston25News.com

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