New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter put his stunning Greenwood Lake castle in New York on the market for $12.75 million. The MLB Hall of Famer first bought the compound in 2003 for $425,000 and tried to sell the 4.01-acre property — after significant renovations — for $14.75 million.
Despite the estate's gothic charm and ideal location, as it's 50 minutes away from New York City, the home has been on the market for over a year. It appears that Jeter and wife Hannah are ready to close a deal on their family home, since they re-listed their New York residence for $12.75 million.
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Jeter's abode, built in 1903, is easily one of the most unique properties on the market right now, offering five kitchens in total — four indoors and one outdoors — an expansive infinity-edged pool with a waterfall and more.
The dramatic compound actually consists of two castles with 12,590 square feet of living space between the main and guest castles.
The elegant open-concept kitchen offers marble countertops, an island with seating, as well as a sitting area with views of the manicured property.
The entire Yankees team would be able to enjoy a meal together in Jeter's oversized formal dining room.
The couple's children, Bella, 3, and Story, 2, had plenty of room to run (or crawl) around in their memorable home.
The three-story main house offers two master suites.
After taking a splash in the magnificent pool, the new owner can wash up in one of the many luxurious bathrooms.
The estate, locally known as "The Castle," offers six bedrooms, seven full and five half bathrooms, in addition to multiple dens, a great room, game room, sunroom, office, gym and family room with a bar.
While the entire estate is exquisite, the highlight of the enchanting home is the outdoor space. There is a turret that opens to a widow's walk, which is duplicated on the guest house — offering exceptional views of the lake and woods.
The outdoor space includes a kitchen and lounge area with a fireplace. In addition, there is a pool house with a wet bar that opens to a pie-shaped infinity-edge swimming pool.
Between the extensive gardens, with a Statue of Liberty replica, and mesmerizing pool area with a waterfall, the estate proves to be an idyllic oasis.