Sports radio host Mike Francesa’s former Lattingtown home seeks $1.8M

TRD New York /
Apr.April 15, 2019 04:23 PM

The onetime home of Mike Francesa, the high-profile New York sports radio host of WFAN’s “Mike and the Mad Dog” sports radio show, has hit the market with a price tag of $1.795 million, Newsday reported. Built in 1998, the Colonial-style home in Lattingtown, a village within Oyster Bay, has seven bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a sunroom and a master suite with its own fireplaces. The four acres that it sits on include a pool, tennis court and a large outdoor entertaining space. The radio host bought the home at 11 The Courtyard shortly after it was built in 1999, but sold it last year, according to Newsday, which has kept close tabs in recent years on Francesa’s battles in the sports media realm. The Long Island native, who critical columnists have given the nickname the “Sports Pope” for his often bold opinions, has also reportedly owned property on the East End. Maureen Poyle of Douglas Elliman has the Lattingtown listing. [Newsday]


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