Manny Ramirez Unloads Boston Penthouse

There aren't many good things happening in Manny Ramirez's life lately except maybe him finally unloading his penthouse condo after several years on the market. The former slugger first listed the pad in 2009 for $8.5 million about a year after he was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Dodgers, and it just recently sold at the majorly reduced price of $5.5 million. View the listing.

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There aren't many good things happening in Manny Ramirez's life lately except maybe him finally unloading his penthouse condo after several years on the market. The former slugger first listed the pad in 2009 for $8.5 million about a year after he was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Dodgers, and it just recently sold at the majorly reduced price of $5.5 million. View the listing.
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Manny paid $5.779 million for the penthouse in 2001. It's located on the 37th floor of the Ritz-Carlton.
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Just like Manny, his apartment has quite a bit of controversy attached to it. The retired baseball player is being sued (along with the listing broker and buyer) because a Boston real estate agent said he was cheated out of the $110,000 commission due to him on the sale. It seems like Manny's legal fees are just mounting!
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A view of the living room in the ultra lavish penthouse. Manny's penthouse boasts 10-foot ceilings, 4 bedrooms, and 5.5 baths.
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The penthouse includes a large private terrace that looks out over the Boston cityscape. Residence of the Ritz are treated to a doorman, concierge, valet, and three valet parking services.
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A sign of happier times? The photos depict Manny with his family, prior to his arrest this week on suspicion of domestic violence.
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