Friday, November 11, 2011

Jorge Posada's Tampa home sells after 611 days for $4.5M, listed at $7.2M in Jan. 2010

11/10/11, St. Pete Times, "New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada didn't need ace hurler Mariano Rivera to close the deal on his opulent mansion in Tampa's Avila neighborhood.

Posada did need 611 days to sell the 9,788 square-foot estate for $4.5 million.

The Mediterranean-inspired home sold last week after being originally listed for $7.2 million in January 2010. Posada dropped the price to $6.5 million in September, according to My Florida Regional Multiple Listing Service data.

Windstar Homes built the mansion for Posada in 2003. The estate has six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, a library, theater, game room, wine room, exercise room, and "state of the art" gourmet kitchen. On the outside, the home has a designer pool with grotto spa, waterfalls and slide, according to MLS.

Dina Sierra Smith of Smith & Associates represented Posada in the deal but declined to talk about the sale. David and Joann Abraham bought the home, Hillsborough County records show....

  • Rivera, Major League Baseball's all-time saves leader, owns a 9,250 square-foot mansion in the Avila neighborhood."

11/10/11, "New York Yankees slugger Jorge Posada sells Tampa mansion for $4.5 million," St. Pete Times, M. Puente

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