Retired Yankees pitcher and Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera has sold his longtime home in Westchester County.
Rivera and his wife, Clara, unloaded the 13,000 square-foot, nine-bedroom mansion, located in Rye, for $3.783 million, as was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.
The home hit the market in 2020 for $3.995 million and the buyer spent the past year renting the home for nearly $19,000 a month, according to the outlet.
Despite the impressive sale price, the Riveras actually took a loss, having purchased the home for $5.7 million in 2006, the report says.
Sitting on 1.2 acres, the mansion has everything you’d expect with such a hefty price tag, including two turrets, a billiards room, a home theater, and an outdoor pool.
Though it has a Rye address, it's located in the Harrison School District.
Rivera, a 13-time All Star and five-time World Series champion, retired in 2013 after 19 seasons with the Yankees.
He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019 while living in the house.
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