Gerrit Cole might have made the switch from the Astros to the Yankees, but his new place of residence won’t consider him a New Yorker.
Realtor reports the pitcher purchased a home in Greenwich, Conn., located roughly 30 minutes from Yankee Stadium.
The three-story home featuring five bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms was sold to Cole in early February for $5,550,000.
The Colonial-style, wood-frame estate was designed by the architect Cormac Byrne in 2016, Realtor reports.
According to Realtor, the master suite features a sitting area, fireplace, two closets, and two bathrooms. There are four additional bedrooms on the third floor, each with its own bathroom.
The lower level features a second living room and a playroom.
Backyard features include a saltwater heated pool with spa, a spacious terrace with outdoor fireplace, as well as an outdoor kitchen and dining area under a covered porch, according to Realtor.