Yankees’ Carlos Beltran sells South Florida home

Outfielder receives $4.1M for eight-bedroom mansion in Broward County

3515 Windmill Ranch Road (inset: Carlos Beltran)
3515 Windmill Ranch Road (inset: Carlos Beltran)

From the South Florida website: New York Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran found a buyer for his Weston mansion three months after putting the property on the market, The Real Deal has learned.

Beltran and his wife Jessica sold the 3515 Windmill Ranch Road estate for $4.1 million, or $400,000 below the listed asking price, in a transaction recorded on Thursday, according to Broward County records. The couple paid $3.8 million for the 13,316-square-foot home in July 2013.

Ashraf and Fatma Amdani are the buyers. They obtained a $4.03 million purchase-money first mortgage from Honduras-based Pride Manufacturing S. de R.L. Purchase-money mortgages are typically provided by the seller when traditional loans are not available.

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The eight-bedroom, nine-and-a-half bathroom manse was constructed in 2004. It is located within Weston’s high-end Windmill Ranch Estates neighborhood. The interior includes a billiard room, exercise room, library, catering kitchen, chef’s kitchen, wine room and industrial elevator. The property has a putting green, basketball court, greenhouse and swimming pool.

Coldwell Banker sales associate Giselle Bonetti was the listing agent.

Beltran announced last month he was going on temporary leave in the wake of his wife’s miscarriage, according to reports.