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Manorville house comes with batting cage
While the kids are waiting for the in-ground pool to open for the summer at this Manorville home, they can hit some balls in the batting cage with its automatic pitching machine, or play in a two-story dollhouse.
The in-ground pool is surrounded by brick pavers and has a waterfall, a built-in fire pit and a 16-by-16-foot gazebo with a bar and electricity. This is all enclosed by a wrought-iron fence. There’s also a 20-by-40-foot Trex deck on the .92-acre parcel.
“The backyard is to die for,” says Deborah Sinensky of Talmage Trail Realty, who is listing the house for $569,771.
In inclement weather, the family can head to the finished basement, where there is media room with stadium seating, game room and bar. A mural of a baseball stadium is on the wall against the stairway.