The three-time World Cup winner, 77, bought the property for just £120,000 in 1979 but has been looking to shift it for five months.
Pele finally sold the luxurious pad for £300,000 less than originally listed (£2.5m)… but still made a cool £2.08m profit.
The Clearwater Beach retreat in Springs – in the affluent New York district – comes with six bedrooms, five bathrooms and even at outdoor pool.
The interior includes extra-high ceilings, an open floorplan and a brand new kitchen – to go with play area, office and even a media room.
Along with the outdoor pool, comes an outside shower and garage.
The stunning home sits on the equally impressive coastline, with crystal clear blue waters – a gorgeous 100-mile drive along the Long Island coastline from Manhattan.
Pele bought the incredible home two years after hanging up his football boots – where he last played for New York Cosmos.
The 92-cap, 77-goal Brazil international opted to keep a house close to NYC and bought the Hamptons pad soon after retirement.
But after 39 years, Pele has opted for a more low-maintenance housing portfolio and sold it for a cut-price £2.2m.
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