Yankee Superstar Bernie Williams is looking for a buyer for his New York home.

Retired Yankees center fielder Bernie Williams, a winner of four World Series championships, has listed his longtime White Plains, New York, condo for just under $2 million. 

Williams bought the condo at the Tower at City Place in 2006, his last year with theYankees before retiring, for $1.7 million, according to property records. 

One of the condo’s best features is the amount of outdoor space it has, said Stacey Oestreich of Douglas Elliman, who listed it on Tuesday. The listing was first reported by the New York Post. 

The wraparound terrace, she said, “is not just a small Juliet balcony. It makes the condo like a little nest that has bird’s-eye views of Manhattan and Westchester County. It’s the perfect place to sip a cup of coffee or drink a glass of wine while watching the sun set.” 

Williams’s 2,582-square-foot unit, which is on the 30th floor, has two full baths, a half bath, electric window shades, a custom walk-in closet and an outdoor terrace that runs the length of the condo, which is listed for $1.999 million. 

The primary bath has double sinks, a soaking tub and a standalone shower, and the kitchen has marble countertops, a breakfast island and seating for six. 

“The building has everything one would need— an awesome concierge, staff and valet service,” Williams said in a statement. “Delicious restaurants are just down the block. I will miss the incredible views of the Manhattan skyline and beyond.” 

Oestreich noted that the building has “a boutique feeling” and that the lobby is “luxurious without being ostentatious.” 

The three-bedroom condo, which Williams converted to a two-bedroom, comes with access to a slew of building amenities, including a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor children’s playroom, a new lounge, an indoor pool and spa and a business center. 

The high-rise tower, Oestreich said, has many shared outdoor spaces, too, including a swimming pool, tennis and pickleball courts, a dining space with barbecue grills, a basketball court and a playground. 

Williams, who played for the Yankees from 1991 to 2006, wearing No. 51, was a fan favorite. The five-time All-Star won four Gold Glove Awards and a Silver Slugger Award. He also won the 1998 American League batting title and the 1996 American League Championship Series Most Valuable Player Award. 

A classically trained guitarist, Williams, who is 55, pursued a music career after his retirement from Major League Baseball. He has released two jazz albums and in 2009 was nominated for a Latin Grammy. 

Oestreich said Williams is selling the condo because “he’s no longer living there—it was not his full-time residence.” The 35-story Tower at City Place, formerly Trump Tower, opened in 2005; Williams is the second owner of the unit.

White Plains, in New York’s chic Westchester County, is about 25 miles from New York City. The tower is about a 40-minute train ride to Grand Central Station and is 10 minutes from Westchester County Airport. 

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