Retired major-league baseball player David Cone has sold his mansion on 10 acres in Greenwich, Connecticut for $12 million, according to public records, and its buyer reportedly has turned around and sold the house again for an undisclosed price, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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Cone, 44, retired in 2003. Last year, he listed his six-bedroom mansion for $12,975,000. Built in 1984, Cone’s former mansion is at 16 Hurlingham Drive in Greenwich’s elite Conyers Farm area, where Rosie O’Donnell once owned an 8,517-square-foot Colonial mansion on 25.32 acres at 1 Cowdray Park Drive, which she sold in 2001 for $8,512,500, according to public records.

On March 2, Cone sold the house to private investor John J. Noffo-Kahn, according to public records. Now, the Wall Street Journal is reporting today that Noffo-Kahn has sold the house for a higher price. Public records don’t show that the sale has closed yet, however. When we find out the buyer and the amount, we’ll provide that information here.

Cone had purchased the Greenwich mansion in 1998 for $5.1 million. The mansion’s size is up for debate. Public records state that it’s 8,446 square feet, while listing information reports that it’s 11,980 square feet.

Features on the lakefront estate include eight full baths, two half baths, an indoor pool and a caretaker’s apartment above the garage, according to listing information and the Journal.

Check out a cached version of the house’s listing—complete with photos—here.

The Journal reported that the Cones are renting from some friends until they find a new home.