2008_10_arodhouse.jpgTime to cast aside more rumors about Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez: It turns out that his Park Avenue condo is not as ugly as it is on the listing website. The Post's Braden Keil finds the four-bedroom, 4,600-square foot apartment "surprisingly elegant" and "more like the home of a buttoned-down business executive than an athlete." There are signs of A-Rod: "a Lucite-encased home plate from Yankee Stadium that was presented to Rodriguez after hitting his 500th home run in 2007, and an artfully designed "13" in the hallway." No mention of whether there was any Kabbalah water around. The apartment is priced at $12 million; A-Rod bought it for around $7 million. [Via Curbed]