Derek Jeter is ready to move on from his New York castle.
According to TMZ, the Miami Marlins owner and former Yankees legend has listed his 11,000 square-foot home in New York for $14.75 million. It’s a high asking price, but the house is loaded with features. It’s got six bedrooms, four kitchens, a game room, a gym, a bar, a turret (WTF?) and enough space to make anybody happy.
The TopTenRealEstateDeals.com listing showcases how Jeter’s former home is a literal castle.
“Loaded with rustic atmosphere and many stunning architectural features such as the soaring wood-beamed ceiling in the great room, large stone fireplaces, stone turret and a stone bridge traversing a lagoon, many elements duplicate what one would find in the European castles in history, making it feel very authentic.”
Jeter used the castle as a summer vacation home when he was a young child. He bought the property back in 2002 and restored it heavily.
The listing makes the castle seem unnecessarily authentic and lavish – which is what all properties that large should be. For those with $15 million lying around and looking for a literal castle in New York City, give Jeter a call.