Former Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon and his wife, Ashley, (and their two children) lived well during their time in Boston. We know because his Beacon Street penthouse is on the market, and we got a glimpse inside. The striking four-bed, three-bath abode has hardwood floors, high ceilings, custom-made cabinetry, fireplace, top-of-the-line chef appliances (who knew Paps was such a foodie?), two decks, an outdoor hot tub overlooking the city, sound system, and an elevator. In all, there’s 2,500 square feet of living space, and private parking is included. The property, which is being handled by Nick Reynolds and Ron Ifrah of Longwood Residential, can be yours for $3.1 million. (The couple paid $2.67 million for the condo but made many improvements to the property.) Papelbon, who won a World Series with the Sox in 2007, signed four-year, $50 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies after last season.
Jonathan Papelbon’s penthouse on the market
January 13, 2012 | Categories: Uncategorized