Former baseball player, broadcaster seeks $1.8M for Greenwich home

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Feb.February 06, 2019 03:57 PM

With spring training on the horizon, former New York Mets outfielder and one-time television broadcaster Lee Mazzilli and his wife, Dani, have put their Greenwich home on the market as they prepare to find a new residence in the leafy enclave. The couple is looking to downsize now that their three kids — including son L.J. Mazzilli, who plays in the minor leagues for the New York Yankees — have moved out of the five-bedroom, four-bathroom house at 67 Stonehedge Drive South, Greenwich Time reported. The Mazzillis are currently seeking $1.785 million for the home, which property records show was purchased by the couple in 2000 for $810,000. The house has a home theater, picture windows and walk-in closets in the master bedroom. “The location was great, close to the stadium,” Lee Mazzilli told the outlet about the couple’s decision to move to suburban Connecticut roughly four decades ago. “There were no state taxes back then.” The property is “absolutely right for a family,” added Dani Mazzilli. “I’d love to see somebody get another 20 years out of it with their kids.” [Greenwich Time]


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