Red Sox owner John Henry's South Florida mega-home recently hit the market for $25 million — and it has one of the coolest man caves ever.
Take a look inside.
The sports mogul's six-acre Boca Raton estate is located inside the affluent gated community of Le Lac.
The 41,000-square-foot residence was custom-built for Henry and his family in the '90s, according to Douglas Elliman broker Senada Adzem, who has the listing.
"When you walk through the front door, the first thing you see is this magnificent sun-soaked great room, which features panoramic views of the lake, 30-foot ceilings and just an open, airy space," Adzem tells CNBC.
Steps away is a octagon-shaped sun room with walls of huge glass windows on all sides – allowing light to pour in at all hours of the day. Adzem says Henry closed some very big business deals in here. (In addition to the Red Sox, Henry, who is worth $2.5 billion according to Forbes, also owns England's Liverpool Football Club and the Boston Globe newspaper.)
Henry's penchant for music is evident; the home includes a state-of-the-art recording studio.
There's also an alfresco dining area with a brick pizza oven.
The wine cellar is temperature controlled and can hold up to 1,000 bottles.
The seven-bedroom residence has a luxurious master suite adjacent to a massive mahogany library.
But the most impressive part of the house is the man cave — a sports bar complete with multiple World Series Trophies and other sports memorabilia that would surely make any baseball enthusiast envious.
"It's decorated with World Series trophies, platinum baseball bats, Golden Gloves and a nice place to get a drink of course," Adzem says, referring to the bar.
There's even a baseball autographed by American baseball legend Joe DiMaggio.
The club room has "the best seat in the house to watch the game, that is if you can't make it to the stadium," says Adzem, referring to Henry's big-screen TV, which is 100 inches.
(While the home is on the market, the priceless memorabilia has now been moved to a vault, says Adzem.)
The sprawling mega-home also has a guest wing and even more luxury out back, with a clay tennis court and massive swimming pool.
After decades of living here, the Henry family has decided to move on. They're now selling the South Florida home for $25 million. Unfortunately for any interested Red Sox fans, the baseball memorabilia is not included in the sale price.
Christopher DiLella is a segment producer for CNBC's specials unit, covering luxury lifestyle and real estate. He works on the prime time CNBC TV show "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."
–CNBC's Ray Parisi contributed to this report.