Baseball pro Carlos Beltran has successfully unloaded his North Shore mansion, but walked away from the final deal with a figure painfully less than his original asking.
According to NY Daily News, a wealthy Chinese investor––whose name has not yet been disclosed––purchased the seven-bedroom, custom-made compound for around a million less than the $4.48 million the field star had been hoping for.
The famous slugger first put his posh property on the market for $5.8 million over a year ago, but lowered the price to $4.73 million last October when it failed to attract a buyer.
The home, which is located a stone’s throw away from CitiField, comes with a granite pool and a man cave complete with a game room, three big-screen televisions, a sports bar and a fully outfitted gym, making it once perfect for the former Mets player, who hosted a lot of the team’s parties back in the day.
Now that he is playing for the Yankees, however, Beltran seems to think the Sands Point residence––which lies about an hour away from the Yankees home plate––has lost its practicality.