They swapped the Golden State for the Sunshine State.
Five months before they listed their longtime California pad, Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander and his supermodel wife Kate Upton purchased a Florida home $550,000 above its ask — for $6.55 million.
In May, the pair sold their Beverly Hills home they bought in 2016 for $5.25 million to actor Timothée Chalamet — for $11 million.
Their new pad, located in Jupiter, is about 1,000 square feet smaller, spanning some 4,600 square feet and is nestled along the waters of the Loxahatchee River.
Custom-built in 2015, the home sits on 1.25 acres of land and features panoramic water views.
Perks include hurricane-rated impact windows and doors.
The primary suite is located on the first floor and comes with a spa-inspired bathroom with an oversize frameless glass shower, a free-standing tub and granite vanity tops.
Each guest suite comes with with a walk-in closet and ensuite baths.
Outdoor features include a summer kitchen, a grand covered patio with motorized phantom screens, and a heated pool and spa with fiber optic lighting, the previous listing notes. It also comes with a putting green, two jet skit lifts and a boat lift.
“This is Jupiter waterfront living… Perfected,” the listing said.
Bradley Ball with Frankel Ball Realty held the listing.
Meanwhile, Verlander is currently playing in the World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies. Game 4 will take place Wednesday night at 8 p.m. Currently, they are down a game.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.