Inside David Wright’s $7.85M Bachelor Pad
New York Mets third baseman David Wright is downgrading from a three-bedroom unit in the Flat Iron District to a two-bedroom property in the Upper East Side.
Many people purchase a home hoping to net a profit. It looks like the New York Mets’ David Wright is no different.
The third baseman recently put his 4,100 sq ft. penthouse on the market for $7.85 million. Wright purchased the full-floor living quarters in 2006 for $6.1 million. Upgrades to the 3-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom dwelling, including a hot tub and state-of-the-art sound system on the top floor, are some of the improvements that could yield a high offer.
He’s also outfitted the media room with five TVs so no game (or mob movie—check out his movie poster collection on the wall) is missed.
The famed bachelor has downgraded to a two-bedroom unit located in the Upper East Side for $12,000 a month.
Wright’s bachelor pad may seem excessive to some, but his place is modest compared to New York Yankees star Derek Jeter’s $20 million Manhattan automated penthouse or P. Diddy’s iPad-controlled luxury yacht.
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