Yogi Berra’s New Jersey Home for Sale

Yogi Berra, who famously said, "A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore," has put his longtime New Jersey home on the market with an asking price of $888,000.

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Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra, catcher for the New York Yankees, is shown in an action pose on March 24, 1949 during spring training. The catcher-infielder batted .305 in 1948. The location is not known. (AP Photo)
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Berra lived in the 6-bedroom Montclair home for nearly 40 years.
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The foyer features a beautiful, winding staircase.
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The entry leads to a formal living room.
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The living room features one of the home's three fireplaces.
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The kitchen has modern white cabinets and a doorway leading to a porch.
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The formal dining room, which also has a fireplace, is lined with striped wallpaper.
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The family room currently displays photographs commemorating Berra's baseball career on the walls.
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The master bedroom, which has hardwood floors, is one of six in the colonial home.
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The master bedroom has its own bathroom that includes a bathtub and a shower stall.
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Another bedroom in the Hall of Famer's former home.
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A third bedroom doubled as an office.
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A hallway bathroom has gold fixtures and a tub.
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The "Lemonade Porch" is off of the kitchen and overlooks a spacious yard.
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A view of the home's backyard.
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