Retired MLB pitcher tossed his manor in Westchester County, New York, onto the open market this month. The five-time World Series champ and thirteen-time All-Star is looking for a $3.995 million offer. Which is significantly below purchase; Rivera paid a total of $5.7 million for the home back in 2006.
The 13,000 square-footer set behind stone pilaster-anchored wrought-iron gates is suitably grand, with a pair of turrets worked into the architecture, as well as a large eyebrow dormer, an observation cupola, and a handful of chimneys.
Inside the home, a traditional upscale suburban New York feel prevails, with extravagant crown moldings and ornamental ceilings among the details. Oak floors, stone fireplaces—including a fieldstone number in the home’s bar and lounge—and crystal chandeliers also help express the living style.
Amenities in the nine-bedroom house include a formal dining room with Wedgewood-blue walls, a gym, a theater, seven bedroom suites, and the downstairs English-style pub.