Dodgers’ Tommy Lasorda sells Placentia townhouse for $535,000
Dodgers’ Tommy Lasorda sells Placentia townhouse for 5,000
Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda at baseball’s Game 3 of the National League Division Series between the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers on Oct. 12 in New York. JULIE JACOBSON, AP
Los Angeles Dodgers ambassador Tommy Lasorda has scored a win in Placentia, selling his townhouse in that city for $ 535,000 – $ 17,000 more than it was listed for in July.
Set on a cul-de-sac in a gated community, the two-story, 1,409-square-foot home has a patio with tall trees for privacy. The remodeled residence has three bedrooms and a kitchen with a quartz counterop, new appliances and dark walnut cabinets.
Features include an open floorplan, hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, recessed LED lighting and a stone fireplace in the living room. The bathrooms have marble showers, vessel sinks, and designer faucets.
Lasorda, 88, was the Dodgers’ manager for more than 20 years, earning two World Series titles. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997.
Currently a special advisor to Dodgers owner and chairman Mark Walter, Lasorda serves as an ambassador for the team. He is a longtime Fullerton resident.
Choon Allen of Reliance Real Estate Services was the listing agent. Regina Tielrooy of T.N.G Real Estate consultants represented the buyer.
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