Six months after moving in, Giants first baseman Brandon Belt selling East Bay home


#1

Brandon Belt’s time in Alamo didn’t even last as long as the baseball season.

The San Francisco Giants first baseman purchased a five-bedroom, five-bathroom home in the far East Bay in late January, and now he’s listing 271 Lark Lane for $3.65 million.

Listing agent Bryan Hurlbut of Dudum Real Estate Group says Belt, his wife and their son have moved to a location in the East Bay that’s closer to the bridge.

“He loves the Alamo community,” Hurlbut says. “He loves the house. But he needed a better commute location.”


#2

Dox his new address!


#3

Weird. Why not just buy a home in San Francisco???