Edgardo Alfonzo lowers price of Little Neck home
BY VALERIE KELLOGG, Newsday
The former Mets All-Star infielder and current Long Island Duck Edgardo Alfonzo has lowered the price of his Little Neck house -- complete with basement batting cage -- to $6.1 million.
The 14,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, 5½-bath mansion has deluxe detailing throughout, including a master bathroom made of white- and gold-colored onyx. That bathroom alone cost $750,000 to build.
The home was most recently listed with Peggy Moriarty of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty for $7.6 million. When it was put up for sale last year, the asking price was $8 million.
Only two houses in Queens are currently listed for more money -- a high-ranch in Rosedale for $6.259 million, and a Colonial in Whitestone for $7.7 million.
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