Legendary Yankees catcher Yogi Berra has listed his Montclair, New Jersey home for just under $1 million.
The Hall of Fame catcher is reportedly looking to downsize and is asking $888,000 for the spread.
The 112-year-old six-bedroom home, where the Hall of Fame catcher lived with his wife for over 65 years until she passed away in March, spans 4,504 square feet and is set upon 0.46 acres, according to the listing. The foyer opens into a three-story spiral staircase, and French doors in the living room open to a canopied side porch.
Berra has lived in the house since 1974, according to Curbed. [Curbed] — Julie Strickland