Thursday, October 4, 2007

Edgardo still hasn't sold his dream home

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.

See also:

Edgardo's Dream House

More of Edgardo's Dream Home

Photo from Queens Reborn

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

the over-sized estate is totally out of place in the mid-income neighborhood it's in. That's why he's having such a difficult time unloading it.

Anonymous said...

Wow.....a $750,000 bathroom!

Some shit house!

He must've thought that his poop was ice cream!

His playing for the Mets, pretty much, stank also!

Julie said...

Maybe, but I bet if they threw him on the mound, he'd pitch better than Glavine did.

Anonymous said...

A $7 million colonial in
Whitetone? That has to be a mistake.

Anonymous said...

That is one very expensive pile of shit.

Anonymous said...

grooooooooooooooos.

Anonymous said...

Let's wait and see how for low the Fonz House will go.

Anonymous said...

I bid $100.

Anonymous said...

Where in Rosedale is a high ranch house selling for $6,259 million?

Anonymous said...

This house is still in the market for $5.4 mil. Maybe he needs a bailout.

Anonymous said...

AGAIN THIS IS MALBA LMAO THIS WOULD BE A HUGE HOUSE IT WOULD TAKE UP A BLOCK