Former New York Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer is looking to hand off his West New York, NJ, townhome for a hair under $2 million.
After playing 13 seasons with the Giants, the wideout moved over to broadcasting for a bit. He’s now ready to vacate his residence with New York City views. The riverfront property was purchased in 2001 for $1.9 million, right in the middle of Toomer’s prime with the Giants.
According to the listing, the corner-facing townhouse is located right by the Hudson River and within the prestigious townhome community of Jacob’s Ferry.
The desirable unit features approximately 2,800 square feet of living space, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two half-baths. An open floor plan features hardwood floors, built-in speakers, crown moldings, a gas fireplace, and views from every room.
A large living area opens to a terrace with views of the city skyline. The chef’s kitchen boasts stainless-steel appliances, granite counters, and custom cabinetry. A master suite offers lovely views, a “massive” en suite bath, and custom closets.
The community provides two pools and a playground, and is close to shopping and transit to New York City. The monthly HOA fee is $525, which covers 24-hour security, a common area, pool, hot tub, and on-site management. Toomer’s townhome comes with a one-car garage and driveway space.
The home is also available for lease for $7,500 a month.
The Super Bowl champion spent his entire career with the Giants, from 1996 to 2008. He holds franchise records for catches, receiving yards, touchdowns, and 100-yard receiving games. He was inducted into the Giants Ring of Honor in 2010. Now the former pass catcher has a new role as combine mentor to the next wave of Giants wide receivers.
Michael Hern with Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.