San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain has put his Noe Valley neighborhood house on the market, and he's asking for less than what it went for.

The remodeled four-bedroom home was put on the market for $1,795,000, which is $255,000 less than the 2008 price tag, according to a report in The Huffington Post.

The house was put on the market for $1,950,000 back in September 2011, but the price was reduced to $1,850,000 in October, per the Web site SocketSite.com.

Now it's been lowered even more.

The real estate company Redfin posted photos of the San Francisco house on their Web site.

The house has 2,819 square feet and features beautiful views of the Bay Area and lots of floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and large floor tiles. The rooms all appear to be quite spacious.

The real estate move comes as fans wonder whether Cain will be leaving the Giants. He's set to become a free agent at the end of the season.

We'll see what's going to happen, Cain said, according to a report in the San Jose Mercury News. We're definitely here for this year. 

Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated the square footage of Matt Cain's house.