Derek Jeter is giving up his family’s castle.
The former New York Yankees’ legend — yes, legend, based on this alone — bought the 12,590-square-foot mansion in Greenwood Lake, New York, in 2002. Previously, his grandfather owned the property, and Jeter reportedly would visit when he was a kid. But now that Jeter’s working as CEO and part owner of the Miami Marlins baseball team, seems like he no longer needs the Empire State digs.
Listed price for the six-bedroom, four-kitchen spread: $14.75 million, or more than $6 million less than the $21 million Jeter made playing baseball in 2010.
Located a little more than 40 miles northwest of Yankee Stadium, and just across the border from New Jersey, the property also includes five kitchens (four indoors, one outdoors), a boat house, a turret and fine views of Greenwood Lake, as you’ll see in the slideshow.