Bernie Williams made his name in baseball, but the former Yankee has carved out a niche for himself in the world of jazz guitar, garnering a Latin Grammy nomination for his second album, Moving Forward, in 2009. Still, it’s a safe bet that the majority of the Armonk, NY mansion he had built in 1999 was paid for by his performances on the field instead of the stage. Now the retired outfielder is looking to move and has put his not-so-humble abode on the market for a cool $3.5 million; if that seems a little steep, well, keep in mind that it does come with a recording studio.
Located on 2.99 acres, the 8,734-square-foot home includes six bedrooms and bathrooms, three fireplaces, a media room, and given his former day job, it’s no surprise that the house has a massive gym, too. Looking at the studio, there’s room for improvement, but the Yankees barstool is a nice touch. Who knows—if you pay full asking price, maybe they’ll throw the stool in with the house.
So if you were moving in, what would you do to update the studio—or the rest of the place for that matter? Leave your thoughts in the Comments below.
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