Jeter spent 15 years restoring this 1915 castle, which he purchased for $425,000 in 2003. The castle once belonged to his maternal grandfather, and he spent summers here as a boy. It was later sold in 1996 but came back on the market seven years later, and Jeter scooped it up.
Technically, it's two castles, with the main castle and a guest castle, both of which are connected by a bridge that spans the property's lagoon.
Jeter, who is now the co-owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins, put this on the market for $14.75 million in 2018 but couldn't catch a buyer. He de-listed it about a year later. It isn't Jeter's main home, but his vacation property.
His main property is a 30,000-square-foot mansion in Tampa, Florida, which he is renting to Tom Brady, the new Tampa Buccaneer, while living in a luxe condo in Coconut Grove.