The former estate of Barry Bonds, the legendary baseball slugger who retired from the San Francisco Giants in 2007, is on the market in Beverly Hills, California, for $33 million
. Known as the "Home Run King," Bonds owned the seven-bedroom home for 12 years before selling it in 2014.
The property still retains many of the decorative touches added by Bonds after he bought it in 2002 — the same year he signed a $90 million, five-year deal with the Giants. Those include Renaissance-style hand-painted frescoes on the walls of the upstairs corridor and a home theater designed to look like an Italian opera house. Bonds also added the two large fish tanks built into the living room walls.