A-Rod sells Manhattan house for 1.1 million-dollar profit

   Apr 29, 2:53 pm

New York, Apr 29 (ANI): Alex Rodriguez sold his new Manhattan home for 6.6 million dollars- a little less than its asking price of 8 million dollars.

However, it is 1.1 million dollars more than the 5.5 million dollars he paid for it last year, the New York Post reported.

The Baseball star never took to the posh, 3,585-square-foot, five-bedroom, full-floor bachelor pad on the 35th floor of the Rushmore at 80 Riverside Boulevard, as he spends much of his free time at his swanky new Miami mansion.

The mystery buyers, a couple from Aspen, actually paid closer to 7 million dollars because they also bought Rodriguez's furniture.

Rodriguez, however, kept his art and a few of his favourite things, like a pool table. (ANI)

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