Recently retired San Francisco Giants star Buster Posey has listed his 106-acre hunting ranch in Oroville for $3.9 million, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The sprawling property encompasses a lake and two creeks for fishing and hunting and includes a main house, a barn, a workshop and a caretaker’s house.
Posey grew up hunting and fishing in his native Georgia and bought the property in 2016 to pass on the tradition to his four children, according to the report. Ducks, doves, quails, turkeys and bucks are game on the property, and bass and catfish can be caught when fishing.
The 3,340-square-foot main house built in 2008 has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The barn, which encompasses 4,800 square feet, also has five bed nooks, one bathroom and a game/entertainment room.
Charlie Engs and John Ward with California Outdoor Properties hold the listing.
Posey unexpectedly retired last year and plans to move with his family back to Georgia. He sold his Lafayette mansion back in March for $9.28 million.
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