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Schillings drop price of their Medfield home

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Former Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and his wife, Shonda, have dropped the price on their Medfield home — again. The 20-room, 8,000-square-foot house, which sits on 26 acres backing up to the lovely Medfield Rhododendron Reservation, can be all yours for just $2.9 million, a relative bargain compared to the $4.5 million the couple paid for the place in 2004. The Schillings, who bought the house from former Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe, first put the house on the market in 2008, asking a whopping $8 million, before dropping the price to $5 million the following April. The seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom house also has a
tennis court, swimming pool, beach volleyball court, batting/pitching cage, and a putting green. (There’s also a billiard/Ping-Pong area, hot tub room, sauna, wine room, and cherry-paneled library.) Schilling, of course, could use the money. The righty, who was instrumental in the Red Sox winning the World Series
in 2004 and 2007, has claimed he lost millions of his own money in
the highly publicized failure of
38 Studios
, the video-game development firm he founded.

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