Adam Jones closes on purchase of Cal Ripken Jr.’s estate — here’s how much he paid

It’s official: Orioles outfielder Adam Jones is now the owner of Cal Ripken Jr.’s 25-acre Reisterstown, Maryland, estate.

Jones, who surfaced as the buyer in several reports last month, paid $3.465 million for the sprawling property, according to the multiple listing service.

The Ripken home sold at a no minimum, no reserve price auction on May 12.

Located off Dover Rover in Worthington Valley, the 8,152-square-foot home has six bedrooms, 10 full baths, five half bathrooms and two four-car garages. The property has a full-size baseball diamond designed by Ripken, an indoor basketball court and an outdoor heated pool with a pool house.

The home sold for a quarter of its original listing price.

Ripken, who played his entire Hall of Fame career with the Orioles, first listed the home for sale in September 2016 for $12.5 million and was reduced last year to $9.75 million before eventually heading to auction.

Karen Hubble Bisbee, who represented Jones in the transaction, said…

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