Pat Croce’s Former Villanova Estate Takes Another Price Cut

The price has been yo-yoing since Croce originally listed it in 2013.

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The curious case of Pat Croce’s former Villanova mansion continues, as it’s now undergone a sizable price chop to $3.5 million.

Croce first listed the 3.5-acre property at 835 Mount Moro Road in 2013 for nearly $8 million. It had seen multiple price cuts, until it was finally sold for $2.2 million at an auction in October 2014. Yes, you read that final sale price correctly.

The new owners renovated Croce’s pirate-themed pad, and popped it back on the market in April for $4,349,000. After a Night Market-esque open house in June couldn’t help it move, and another price cut to a hair under $4 million, the 3.5-acre estate on the north side of Villanova is now available for roughly $500,000 cheaper.

Beds: 6
Baths: 7.3
Square Feet: 11,448
Price: $3,500,000
Additional Info: Gourmet kitchen with 5 Sub-Zero refrigerators, Massive master suite with his/hers closets (check out the hers), 10-car garage, Lighted tennis court, pool and pool house