Oct 22, 2013, 2:14 PM EDT
Jose Reyes still lives in New York despite playing for the Marlins last season and the Blue Jays this season (and beyond), but he recently bought a new place there for $4.2 million and now the former Mets shortstop is looking to sell his old place on Long Island.
For the low, low price for $4.495 million you can own his 11-room house “located in a gated community with 24-hour security and two tennis courts.”
Presumably the price tag does not include the family portrait shown hanging on the wall in the attached picture, but at least “there is a wine cellar in the finished basement.” Phew.
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