Class act Schilling, who walked away with “zero regrets” after 23 seasons as one of the boy’s of summer, is not however walking away from the Boston lifestyle his family has come to know and love.
In fact, the Schilling family has decided to continue to call the Hub home, and are reportedly searching for a more “neighborhood” setting to hang up their baseball caps.
Accordingly, Schilling’s Medfield abode on 25+ acres has recently had a price drop of 37.5%!
The list price is now $5,000,000.
A heated swimming pool, home theatre, and even a professional batting cage are just some of the amenities.
The price drop comes a year after the home initially being put on the market.
For the right buyer out there – time to get busy!
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