Beloved former Yankees manager Joe Torre has just put his Putnam County lakefront home up for sale asking $1.39 million, the New York Post reports. Torre, who is now MLB’s chief baseball officer, led the Yanks to four World Series titles. Built in 1936, his shingled, ranch-style lakeside home at 318 West Lake Boulevard in Mahopac, NY offers a definite break from the dugout in the form of stunning panoramic views from every room, a waterfront dining room, and a guest cottage.
The property is surrounded on all sides by mature trees, flowering gardens and a sparkling lake and waterfront.
In the main house, the kitchen opens to a great room with a vaulted ceiling, wide-plank floors and a wood-burning fireplace. A windowed dining alcove features a bay window.
On the home’s lower level there’s a colorful family room and laundry.
Nearly every room offers stunning lakeside views. Enjoy the view from outdoors on an expansive wraparound deck, a lakeside patio or a dining patio off the kitchen.
The property also offers a lakeside cottage/guest quarters for friends and family.
There’s storage and a small boat launch right on the property so you can swim, boat and fish at your leisure. Nearby you’ll find golf courses, tennis courts, parks, and a 50-mile bike path, plus lots of restaurants and shopping just an hour from Manhattan.
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Images courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence; Joe Torre photo via Wiki Commons