Randy Johnson‘s big unit is up for grabs — a 25,000 sq. foot estate with a full gym, game room, bar, basketball court and WATERSLIDE — and all ya gotta do is be the highest bidder.
As we previously reported, the ex-MLB superstar put the house on the market for $ 25 MIL back in 2014 … but didn’t find a buyer. He slashed it all the way down to $ 14.5 mil before finally deciding to put it on the auction block.
The place is insane … it’s located in Paradise Valley. Here are the highlights:
— 7 bedrooms, 12 baths
— Full tennis court/ basketball court
— Trophy room
— Game room with bar and pool table
— Music instrument room
— Sick pool with twisty waterslide
— Wine cellar
— Massive garage
— Secret garden area
— Movie theater with box office
There’s more … make sure to check out the pics. The auction, hosted by Concierge Auctions, starts on Jan. 29.
There’s no starting bid … but in order to get in on the action, ya gotta cough up a $ 100K deposit and proof of income.
As for Randy — who made more than $ 175 mil during his MLB career — records show he bought the property in 2003 for $ 2.7 mil.
O.J. Mayo is close to losing his massive, million dollar mansion in Milwaukee … ’cause the bank claims the ex-NBA star hasn’t made a payment in 10 months … TMZ Sports has learned.
Here’s what we know … O.J. bought a $ 1.8 million home in Wisconsin after inking a 3-year, $ 24 million deal with the Bucks in 2013. At the time, Mayo took out a loan for $ 1.26 million to help pay for the crib.
The place is SICK — 9,200 square feet with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, home theater and private gym.
But, according to court docs obtained by TMZ Sports … Mayo stopped making payments in April 2018 while still owing $ 1,137,302.42 on his mortgage.
A few months later, the bank foreclosed on the house to get their dough back.
The bank tried to serve Mayo with court documents several times — but they were unsuccessful. Eventually, Mayo’s trainer told a process server that O.J. is currently playing overseas in China.
It’s unlikely Mayo is hard up for the cash since he reportedly made $ 45 MILLION during his 8 years in the NBA before getting hit with a ban for violating the league’s anti-drug policy in 2016.
We’ve reached out to Mayo for comment … so far, no word back.