Thursday, February 11, 2016

Roy Halladay is now a homeowner

The Phils pitcher also has something in common with Cole Hamels.

Roy Halladay is now a homeowner

Casa Halladay
Casa Halladay

New Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay has put down roots here.

Through a trust, “Doc” and family have settled on a two-year-old, five-bedroom, six-bath manse, complete with pool and pool house, on 1.66 acres in Newtown Square.

He now shares a zip code with teammate Cole Hamels, who with his wife Heidi bought a house off West Chester Pike last summer.

Delaware County records peg the Halladay sale price at $2,288,500.

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Records in Hillsborough County, Fla., show that he and wife Brandy also own a multimillion-dollar house about a half-hour from the spring training camp of his former team, the Toronto Blue Jays.

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