"60 Minutes" correspondent Scott Pelley has finally sold his Darien, CT, home for\u00a0a loss. The former "CBS Evening News" host initially listed the home in 2017 for $3,985,000. But with no takers, the listing eventually came off the market. In June 2019, the home was relisted for $3.25 million, and in September 2020, it was sold for $2.75 million. Pelley had purchased the place in 2007 for $4 million. Built in 2002, the five-bedroom, seven-bath estate is situated on a cul-de-sac. Its 2.4 acres include level land and manicured lawns. The elegant entry features a dramatic double staircase. The open floor plan offers 7,532 square feet of living space that blends traditional features with modern upgrades. Grand foyer realtor.com Kitchen realtor.com Dining room realtor.com Office realtor.com Master suite realtor.com Master bath realtor.com Master closet realtor.com The chef\u2019s kitchen includes double ovens, a gas cooktop, and island with bar seating. It opens to a sunny family room with views of the property and pond. For the work-from-home crowd, the mansion offers a spacious office with wood paneling and fireplace. There's also reportedly a studio, which allowed Pelley to work on "60 Minutes" segments from home\u2014and which he dubbed the Darien bureau. The upper level includes the master suite, which features a massive walk-in closet, large sitting room, fireplace, and balcony overlooking the backyard. ___ Watch: Chuck Woolery Hopes a Buyer Will Make a 'Love Connection' With His Texas Home ___ The master bath includes a soaking tub, stand-in shower, and dual vanities. The remaining bedrooms are also on the upper level. Other spots in the home to unwind in include a library, terrace, and basement. In 2016, Pelley, a Texas native, purchased a 24-acre Texas ranch\u00a0for $1,250,000, according to the New York Post. Closer to his New York office,\u00a0 he and his wife, June, maintain a two-bedroom Manhattan condo, which\u00a0they reportedly picked up for $2.25 million in 2016. Backyard with pond realtor.com Pelley has been a correspondent and anchor for CBS News for more than 31 years. He served as the anchor of the "CBS Evening News" from 2011 to 2017. He's currently a correspondent on "60 Minutes." In 2019, Pelley wrote "Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter's Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times." Keiley Fuller with Compass represented the seller. The post '60 Minutes' Correspondent Scott Pelley Sells Connecticut Mansion at a Loss appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com\u00ae.