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Former Washington Nationals player Jayson Werth has sold his McLean, Virginia, home, after a decade

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Former Washington Nationals player Jayson Werth has retired from the game and is selling his private, 4-acre estate in McLean, Virginia, for over $6 million. News4’s Erika Gonzalez reports. Editor’s Note: This video is from spring 2021, when the home was listed. It sold in November 2021 for $5.7 million.

Former Washington Nationals player Jayson Werth has sold his private, 4-acre estate in McLean, Virginia, for $5.7 million.

The 15,000-square foot home on Georgetown Pike backs up to beautiful Great Falls Park and was listed in spring for $6.5 million, according to BrightMLS.

The spacious stone colonial is flanked by not one but two guest homes. Werth made it his own with a batting cage, workout space, a flight simulator and even a radiation-proof room.

Jonathan Taylor of TTR Sotheby’s sold the property to Werth around 2011, when the married father of two came from the Philadelphia Phillies. The price tag was $6.55 million, according to Fairfax County records.

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Taylor said Werth desired privacy in his Washington home, and this gated property has plenty of it.