Major League Baseball’s J.D. Drew puts his Florida home up for sale.
Back when MLB All Star and 2007 World Series Champion J.D. Drew was just a 22-year-old rookie with the St. Louis Cardinals, he did what many Cardinals ballplayers did; he purchased a 3-bedroom home in PGA National, just 10 minutes away from the Cardinals’ spring training facility in Jupiter, Florida. Longtime announcer Jack Buck and Lou Brock also had homes a few doors down from him. Other players who have lived in PGA National are Gary Carter, who also had spring training in Jupiter with the Montreal Expos, and ex-player/manager Jerry Royster. Drew has hit a whopping 242 home runs. He has also played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, and most recently for the Boston Red Sox. Drew played baseball at Florida State and also has 2 brothers who have played in the major leagues.
The home at 207 Resort Lane is the perfect Florida getaway. Gorgeous golf course & lake views can be seen from this immaculate & desirable 3BR+ den home. The spacious & open floorplan features a living room, convenient, well-equipped kitchen, dining room, utility room, and a spacious den on the first level. The short walk up the staircase leads to the master suite and two large guest rooms, all with nice-sized closets. A perfect floorplan for entertaining guests who enjoy sitting back, relaxing, and enjoying the spectacular double lake and golf views from the patio. Porcelain tile floors throughout the first level. 1-car garage. Great condition. Sensational community pool. Located in the exclusive gated community of Resort Villas, the best location in PGA National with just a short stroll to the PGA Resort.