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Yankees’ legend Mariano Rivera sells New York home at $2M loss

Veteran Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera was seemingly so determined to promote his New York home within the Westchester County suburbs that he offloaded it for $2 million lower than what he paid for it in 2006.

Property information present that Rivera, 52, bought the nine-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom property for $5.7 million together with his spouse, Clara, at that point. But he finalized the sale of his home on June 9, with a $3.78 million closing worth. Initially, the Riveras listed the property at an already vital low cost: $4 million.

It is unclear why the baseball icon was keen to take a major loss from the beginning. The Post has reached out for remark.

But in response to the Wall Street Journal, which was first to report on the transaction, the Riveras took into consideration the truth that they have been the primary to maneuver into the home once they bought it from a developer at the peak of the mid-2000s growth. While costs within the neighborhood have elevated for the reason that pandemic, they continue to be flat in contrast with 2006, in accordance the brokers on the itemizing.

The home spans over 13,000 square feet.
The home spans over 13,000 sq. toes.
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The entryway to the foyer.
The entryway to the gallery.
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The grand foyer with a cinderella-style staircase.
The gallery with a Cinderella-style staircase.
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A hallway on the first level.
A hallway on the primary degree.
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The powder room.
The powder room.
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The formal living room with a wood-burning fireplace.
The formal lounge with a woodburning fire.
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The chef's kitchen.
The chef’s kitchen.
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The breakfast space.
The breakfast space.
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Meanwhile, the Journal reported that the Riveras are downsizing to a smaller residence close by — since their youngsters at the moment are grown up.

The home’s new proprietor had beforehand been renting the property over the previous year for roughly $19,000 a month.

The sale got here as the brand new proprietor needed to decide as as to if to depart the home amid one other supply from one other potential purchaser — or purchase the property for themselves.

“We had a strong bid from a potential buyer, so the tenant had to make a decision,” actual property agent Heather Harrison, of Compass, advised the Journal.

The formal dining room.
The formal eating room.
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Another living space.
Another residing space.
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The wet bar.
The moist bar.
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The wood-paneled study.
The wood-paneled research.
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The movie theater.
The movie show.
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Heather Harrison holds the itemizing with husband, Zach Harrison, and colleague Alex Grapstein.

Grapstein advised the Journal that the Riveras made the transfer in hopes they might make the most of the robust market within the New York City suburbs.

But they depart behind over 25 years of recollections.

Located in Rye, the property is located on over an acre of land with “resort-like” grounds, in accordance the earlier itemizing.

The primary suite.
The major suite.
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A second suite.
A second suite.
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The primary bathroom.
The major toilet.
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Another bathroom.
Another toilet.
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Yankee closer Mariano Rivera playing in his final game at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 26, 2013.
Yankee nearer Mariano Rivera taking part in in his last recreation at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 26, 2013.
Anthony J Causi for NY Post

Features embody a proper lounge room and eating room, a butler’s pantry and an eat-in kitchen with a breakfast space. Meanwhile, the household room comes with a parlor bar, and there’s a separate home office.

Amenities embody a pool, a fitness center, a home theater and a recreation room. Additionally, the itemizing famous there was an attic space that might make for a “cool clubhouse.”

After a 19-year career with the Yankees, Rivera, who largely performed aid pitcher, retired in 2013.

Nicknamed “Mo”and “Sandman,” Rivera ended his career as a 13-time All-Star and a five-time World Series champion.

He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a part of its class of 2019 throughout his first year of eligibility. Rivera was additionally the primary participant ever to be elected unanimously by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.

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