Carlos Beltran Slashes Price and Sells Long Island Home
Carlos Beltran, Yankee slugger, sells his Long Island estate for $4.5M What do you do when you can’t sell your seven-bedroom mansion on the North Shore of Long Island? Well, if you are Carolos Beltran, famous slugger for the New York Yankees, you simply slash the price of your home by one million dollars and then wait for a buyer to make an offer. And an offer was made by a wealthy Chinese investor, whose name has yet to be disclosed. Beltran purchased the home back in 2006, while playing for the New York Mets, for $4.25 million. He originally placed it on the market a year ago for $5.8 million, but lowered the price to $4.73 last October. The home includes the seven bedrooms previously mentioned as well as a private gym, a downstairs sports bar and a game room with a pool table and pinball machines. There is also a granite swimming pool on the back patio. Beltran is also trying to move his Manhattan apartment at 325 Fifth Avenue. That unit was listed last month at $7,995 per month. Ikem Chukumerije is the CEO of the Sports and Entertainment Real Estate Agency - Sports Relocation, Inc. Sports Relocation, Inc assist players/coaches of all professional sports leagues including the NBA, WNBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, and entertainers relocate nationwide by servicing their Real Estate & Relocation needs. Ikem Chukumerije is licensed to practice real estate in New York, California, Nevada, Florida, & Georgia. Sports Relocation, Inc operates nationwide and provides elite athlete relocation services in all 50 states and internationally. *Photo courtesy of themls.com.