Randy Johnson's Paradise Valley mansion goes up for auction

PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. (FOX 10) - Hall of Famer Randy Johnson is putting his multi-million dollar Paradise Valley estate up on the auction block.

The house originally went up for sale in September of 2014 for $25 million and since then, the price has been chopped by millions with still no buyer.

So with the new year, Johnson decided to auction off the mansion.

"Most of our sellers would like to do an auction because it's a date certain sale for their property," said Jennifer Saraceni of Concierge Auctions.

The auction will be online and opens from January 29 and closes January 31 with the estate going to the highest bidder.

Today, FOX 10 got a tour of the home.

"It almost feels like we're in the hills of Tuscany when you look at the property behind me!" said Jonathan Friedland, a listing agent. "This house has a little bit of everything, so there are outdoor pursuits, it's on 5 acres. There's a great walking trail around the perimeter of the property, a zero-edge pool, a two-story water slide, separate Ramada, fitness center. Inside... seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms."

Not to mention the billiards room, game room and an incredible built-in home theater.

The million-dollar mansion currently sits at $14.5 million, but with it going up for auction, bidding could change the price tag.