NEW YORK YANKEES pitcher Mariano Rivera has sold his Westchester estate – but at a huge loss.
The 52-year-old MLB icon completed the sale for $3.78 million after bringing it for $5.7 million in the mid-2000s.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Riveras took into account the fact that they brought the home during a real estate boom.
And prices in the region are relatively flat compared to 2006 as the pandemic is not helping.
The massive Westchester mansion had nine bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.
The entrance to the house is a large gallery with circular staircases on either side that connect at the top.
The living room has a wood-burning fireplace, while the kitchen has oak cabinets and an island.
There are two dining areas – the main room and a smaller room in the rear conservatory.
The property features a wet bar, movie theater and study.
The master bathroom is huge, as is the master bedroom and another side suite.
There is also plenty of space in the backyard and it comes complete with a pool.
And it comes complete with a gym and game room, plus room for expansion in the attic.
Rivera was a five-time World Series winner and a 13-time MLB All Star.
He retired in 2013 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame after a legendary career.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5586836/mariano-rivera-new-york-yankees-mansion/ Yankees legend Mariano Rivera sells nine-bedroom New York mansion but suffers massive $2 million loss