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Yankees legend Bernie Williams’ Westchester apartment asks $2M

Photo credit: Mike Cinelli of Jump Visual

Longtime center fielder for the New York Yankees and World Series champ Bernie Williams just put his Westchester condo on the market for $1,999,000. The two-bedroom apartment at 10 City Place in White Plains is the kind of home base any celebrity–or busy New Yorker–would appreciate: In addition to indoor and outdoor entertaining space, the full-service residential tower is packed with amenities, from a kids’ playroom to a pool and tennis courts.

The current two-bedroom unit was converted from three bedrooms, adding “extra-large” to its list of bragging points. Additional home runs include sweeping views of surrounding Westchester County, an open floor plan, and a terrace that runs the length of the apartment. Interior perks include custom lighting design and a Sonos sound system.

An open-plan main space has plenty of room for entertaining, living, and dining. A sleek, contemporary kitchen features marble countertops, a breakfast island, and seating for six. But the MVP of this move-in-ready residence is the terrace, accessed via the living space or the home’s main bedroom.

An impressive primary bedroom boasts electric shades and a custom walk-in closet. The luxurious primary bath has a soaking tub and walk-in shower.

The full-service building makes it hard to leave, with just about everything you’d want on the premises, including a doorman, a 24-hour concierge, security staff, and valet parking. An always-open state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor pool and spa, outdoor pool, tennis courts and basketball court will help you stay in championship shape.

There’s also a residents lounge, a business center, and an outdoor dining space with barbecue grills. Families will love the indoor children’s playroom and an outdoor playground. The building is 15 minutes from the Westchester Airport, and plenty of shopping and dining is nearby.

[Listing details: 10 City Place, 30D at Douglas Elliman by Stacy Oestriech]


Photo credit: Mike Cinelli of Jump Visual 

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