AJ Burnett's house Monkton, Maryland pictures and rare facts

Major League Baseball pitching star AJ Burnett made his professional debut for the Florida Marlins in 1999. In 2001 AJ Burnett pitched a no-hitter for the Marlins against the San Diego Padres. In late October of 2005, AJ Burnett declared free agency and was soon signed by the Toronto Blue Jays to a $55 million contract over five years. Just a few weeks after signing with his new team, AJ Burnett used $4.1 million of his new contract to make the small town of Monkton, Maryland his new home.

Built in 1990 and set on 55 acres, AJ Burnett's home includes six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and one half, tumbled marble & limestone flooring, indoor swimming pool with a bar, exercise room, library, outdoor in-ground swimming pool, four-car garage, and 10,663 square feet.

AJ Burnett house in Monkton, Maryland

AJ Burnett house in Monkton, Maryland
AJ Burnett's house in Monkton, Maryland.

Other notable sports celebrities residing in Monkton, Maryland have included Peter Angelos, Jim McKay, and Nick Markakis.

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