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Schilling’s house down to $2.5m; Raisman home on market

Curt Schilling's home at his estate in Medfield, which is for sale.

Janny Kowynia

Curt Schilling's home in Medfield, which is for sale.

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Curt Schilling has dropped the price of his home (above left) by $500,000. Real estate agent Robin Wish confirmed Monday that the former Red Sox pitcher’s 26-acre Medfield property, which had been on the market for about $3 million, is now available for $2.5 million. The listing for the home says, “Stunning Price Drop — A great opportunity!” Schilling bought the home from former Pats QB Drew Bledsoe for $4.5 million in 2004. Schilling and wife Shonda held an estate sale in October to help deal with financial problems stemming from the bankruptcy of his Rhode Island-based video-game company, 38 Studios. The Medfield manse features a wet bar, a pool, and an “expansive cherry library w/ coffered ceiling and fireplace.” . . . Also up for sale is the home of Needham Olympian Aly Raisman. The 9,000-plus-square-foot property (above right), which is up for close to $2.8 million, has actually been on the market since August, but the realtor has stayed quiet about who lives there — until now. Laura Schindler said that when people have come to see the home and realized who lived there, they’ve said, “I should have brought my daughter.” After a while it became clear that the public might as well know. Realtor Schindler said the Raismans plan to stay in Needham but no longer need as much space.

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