It’s a good time to be Gronk.
Two days after retiring from a record-setting career with the New England Patriots, star tight end Rob Gronkowski has sold his penthouse condo in Boston for $2.3 million.
He’s owned the home for three years, records show, buying it for $1.9 million in 2016 and listing it just last month for $2.375 million.
Located in the Seaport District, the corner-unit condo is a vibrant mix of wood and brick. Beamed ceilings top maple floors in the common spaces, and a listing photo shows a Gronkowski jersey hanging from a brick wall in the living room.
Highlights include a Juliet balcony, a chandelier-topped dining area and a custom-built kitchen with dual ovens and milled antique fir carpentry.
Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an office round out the 2,063-square-foot floor plan. In addition, a spiral staircase ascends to a private rooftop deck that adds 340 square feet of entertaining space. City light views abound.
The home is part of Fort Point Place, a condo complex located a few blocks from the water, and includes two parking spots.
George Sarkis of the Sarkis Team at Douglas Elliman held the listing.