Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Cole Hamels' new crib?

The Phillies pitcher and his wife seem happy in their high-rise apartment. But they now have a deposit on a house.

Cole Hamels' new crib?

The new four-bedroom.
The new four-bedroom.

Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels and wife Heidi Strobel make a big deal over their high-rise apartment in Two Liberty Place, but they've put a deposit on a newly constructed four-bedroom, two-story Colonial in Newtown Square listed at $2.2 million.

Strobel, due at the end of the summer with their first child, a boy, said she was not sure if they'd keep both places. "We're figuring out if it's the right decision," she told me about buying -- given that they also own land near her hometown of Springfield, Mo.

"We do love it here [in Liberty Place], but it's something that Cole and I have to talk about." The Hamelses previously lived in a West Chester townhouse while she got a master's at West Chester University.

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