June 20, 2024

One of the most successful, and controversial, athletes of his generation, Alex Rodriguez quietly built a real estate empire over two decades. Now, five years after retiring from baseball, he’s accelerating his transformation from former athlete to investor and owner — with an eye on his legacy, and maybe a dose of redemption.
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An immaculately preserved house designed by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright just 30 minutes away from Manhattan is hitting the market for $1.525 million. The four bedroom, 2 1/2-bathroom house covers about 2,620 square feet and sits on 2.5 acres in Blauvelt, N.Y., on the west bank of the Hudson River. 
Dubbed the Socrates Zaferiou House after its original owner, the property remained in Zaferiou’s hands for more than 50 years and then was purchased by the architectural designer Sarah Anderson-Magness in 2014. 


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