Crooner Perry Como’s former Sands Point home has returned to the market with an asking price of $2.9 million.
The house, which originally listed in mid-2017 for $3.95 million, was last on the market in November 2018 for $3.45 million, per Zillow.
Built in 1937, the six-bedroom Colonial includes a step-down living room with one of the home’s five fireplaces, a family room, a kitchen with a breakfast area and a formal dining room. A lower-level bathroom features a painted caricature of the famed singer and television personality along with the quote, “Ladies will please stay seated during the entire performance.”
The 2.5-acre property — two separate 1¼-acre parcels — features a circular 15-car driveway, an in-ground pool and a cabana with a wrought iron facade. The property, represented by Jill Berman and Rachel Sha of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, also includes beach rights.
Como, who died in 2001, produced multiple No. 1 singles in a career that spanned more than six decades. Como hosted variety shows on television in the 1950s and also was a five-time Emmy winner.