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Sale of Gronkowski pad in Fort Point Channel could soon be final

This swank Fort Point condo connected to the Gronkowski clan is under agreement.
This swank Fort Point condo connected to the Gronkowski clan is under agreement. Douglas Elliman Real Estate

A swank Fort Point condo connected to retired New England Patriot Rob Gronkowski is under agreement.

If all goes according to plan, the sale of the corner penthouse loft at 21 Wormwood St. will close in early April, according to the listing agent, George Sarkis Jr. of The Sarkis Team at Douglas Elliman.

Records show that the property is currently owned by a limited liability company registered to Gronkowski’s oldest brother.

The asking price for the 2,100-square-foot unit was $2.375 million, according to the real estate listing. The property features a 340-square-foot private roof deck and a custom-built kitchen with milled antique fir carpentry and a restaurant-grade stainless steel Viking stove with dual ovens, a third stainless Miele oven, and a Subzero fridge.

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City of Boston assessing records show that the property is owned by 21 Wormwood St. #611 LLC, which was created in 2016 to take over the property that was originally purchased by Gronkowski Endorsements Inc., records show.

The likely future Hall of Famer is one of five brothers from Western New York. His oldest brother, Gordon Gronkowski Jr., is listed in corporate records as the purchaser of the property and as manager of the LLC.

The photos in the real estate listing show several framed photos of Gronkowski jerseys hanging on the walls. There’s a metal spiral staircase, a master bedroom with an en suite bath, guest room, guest bathroom, plus a “bonus study/nursery with built-in office,” the listing states. “All this plus two deeded parking spots.”

Sarkis said the property went on the market “about a month ago” and was under agreement in seven days.

The Gronk connection was not mentioned in the real estate listing, and for good reason, according to Sarkis.

“I didn’t mention him because his future was unknown and he didn’t want his name out there before he mentioned his retirement,” said Sarkis.

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The sale price was not disclosed.

“That is undisclosed until it closes,” said Sarkis. “It’s a record price in the building, though.”


Emily Sweeney can be reached at esweeney@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @emilysweeney.