Royce Clayton - Scottsdale, Arizona home and Paradise Manor Estates community profile including a brief bio
Major League Baseball player Royce Clayton was born January 2, 1970 in Burbank, CA. He played his first game as a member of the San Francisco Giants on September 20, 1991. Clayton spent eight seasons with the Giants and has also seen action as a member of the Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, and Colorado Rockies. Clayton became a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2005, as shortstop.
Clayton's $1.5 million home, which is located in the Paradise Manor Estates community in Scottsdale, Arizona, offers just under 4,500 square feet, a 3-car garage, an in-ground swimming pool, and a long, narrow putting green that runs along the left side of the home and into the backyard.
Clayton's home also finds itself in very close proximity to the Orange Tree Golf Resort. This resort was designed in 1957 by Johnny Bulla, and offers an 18-hole 6,762 yard course.
Scottsdale, Arizona is located in the south-central part of the state, just northeast of Phoenix and has a population of just over 200,000. Scottsdale's city slogan is The West's Most Western Town.