The Yankees legend, Andy Pettitte, is letting go of his home in Purchase, NY for $3.5M. The athlete has owned the house since 2007 when he purchased it for $3.98M which is a bit more than what he is currently asking for the NY estate.
The colonial-style residence was built in 2002, and features 6,800 sq ft of living space, including six bedrooms, 6 and a half bathrooms, and a 3-car garage.
At the entrance, visitors can find a two-story foyer with a curved staircase, leading to a formal living room. The main floor also features a formal dining room, a large kitchen with a center island, granite counters, and a pantry. In addition, the kitchen has a glassed-in breakfast and family room with a fireplace.
Amenities include a private office, a guest suite, a rec room, a fitness room, a basement as extra space, and a laundry room. The master suite includes two walk-in closets and a master bathroom.
The outdoors boasts a lovely patio with a pool and spa, a dining area, and lawns.
This property is just an hour from Manhattan, close to shops, restaurants, recreational areas, and the airport.
The former Yankees pitcher, 48, is considered one of the best of all times, he retired from the game in 2013. During his career, the three-time All-Star won 256 games.
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