Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
1050 ESPN bowls for dollars
HEAD OF THE HARBOR
9 Watercrest Ct.
The owners of this 15-room home can bone up on their bowling without having to leave the house. A regulation-size AMF bowling lane is set in the 3,000-square-foot basement. It's complete with an automatic ball return as well as special lighting, for rock and roll bowling, for example. Around the bend is a billiards room with a wet bar and a gaming area with three video games, which are all staying. A gym is also located in the basement. The remainder of the house is 6,000 square feet. The entire house is handicapped accessible with ramps and wide doorways. There are two fireplaces, five skylights, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-baths. The house is set in a cul-de-sac on a two-acre parcel. A rear deck overlooks the in-ground pool, which has a slide and a diving board. There's also a cabana.
Listing agent: Bonnie Glenn, Coach Real Estate Associates, Smithtown, 631-584-3950 (Credit: HANDOUT/)
We close our blogging week with the best kind of post: One that is noble and amusing at the same time.
1050 ESPN personalities are auctioning off the opportunity to bowl with them at Chelsea Piers Thursday to benefit the FDNY Foundation.
Here is the information.
Bidding ends Tuesday.
As of Friday afternoon, Michael Kay and Brandon Tierney were going for $300 apiece, Bonnie Bernstein for $225, Don La Greca for $175, Greg Buttle for $125 and Joey Salvia and Bill Daughtry for $100 each.
Hmm. I'm holding out for Warner Wolf.