House Where Babe Ruth Lived For Sale

The Sultan of Swat, baseball legend Babe Ruth lived in quiet suburban Sudbury, Massachusetts after he played for the Boston Red Sox and was infamously traded to the New York Yankees.  Infamous trade was supposedly the curse that kept the Boston Red Sox from winning a World Series, until they broke the curse in 2004 with a World Series win.  The Big Bambino was known for his lavish style, heavy drinking and partying as well as his home runs.  The home is for sale for $1.65 Million and boast of over 5,100 sq. ft. with lots of room for memorabilia.  There’s even a room on the second floor that the current owner set up to house memorabilia from The Babe.

The home is known as ‘Home Plate Farm’ and is a 5 bedroom 3.5 bath Colonial that looks like an ideal New England country home.  The home was originally built in the 1800s, but has seen extensive renovations including a gourmet kitchen, updated baths, and other additions.  The home is a unique piece of architectural and baseball history, and has been transformed to have all the modern features a buyer might look for today.  The property also has a barn that can be used for multiple purposes, and is located by nearby Willis Pond.

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