As shameless online voyeurs, we love to see how other people live. Especially the rich and famous.
So when a Minnesota Twins legend's former lake home hits the market, damn straight we're taking the virtual tour.
Should you happen to have an extra $1.25 million lying around, you could rest your head in the same St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, estate Kirby Puckett once did. Dream about the Game 6 walk-off homer you never hit, sleeping comfortably in one of the 3,900-square-foot home's five bedrooms. Whistle "We're Gonna Win Twins" while peeing in one of three full or two half bathrooms where No. 34 once splashed on the seat. Clumsily dock your boat where, well, you get the idea.
Puck's palace could be described by a douche as "rustic chic," with lots of hardwood, a towering stone fireplace, and a proverbial "man cave" boasting a bar and arcade (Donkey Kong, anyone?). The sprawling house, owned by Kirby's former wife Tonya's trust, sits on a 2.7-acre plot on Deer Lake.
But don't take our word for it. Satisfy your nosiest urges and peek inside the rest of this dead sports hero's old crib. It's way less creepy than Facebook stalking an old flame. Right?
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