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B83.Derek Jeter Sells Unique Castle in Upstate New York




Retired baseball star Derek Jeter has successfully sold his lakefront castle in  New York after six years on the market and over $8 million in price reductions.

There’s an infinity pool

Tiedemann Castle, located in the village of Greenwood Lake,  New York, less than 50 miles from Manhattan, has been listed on and off since mid-2018 when the former New York Yankee first put it on the market for $14.75 million. In 2022, he even attempted to auction it, but without success.

The unique home is in the village of Greenwood Lake.

Earlier this month, however, the unique property was re-listed at a reduced price of $6.3 million, and as of Thursday, it was pending sale.

The final sale price and details about the buyer will not be disclosed until the deal is finalized.

Lake views can be enjoyed from most of the rooms.

A limited liability company associated with Jeter, who spent his entire two-decade career with the Yankees, acquired the property in multiple transactions in the early 2000s, according to PropertyShark records. The exact amount he paid is not clear.

Lake views can be enjoyed from most of the rooms.

The listing with Diane Mitchell of Wright Bros.  Real Estate describes the “magical property” as having been “lovingly restored beyond its original grandeur.” She declined to comment on the deal.

The main home spans 9,000 square feet.

The nearly 9,000-square-foot medieval-style main home features an imposing tower and battlements, multiple kitchens, a sunroom, an office, a Game room, a formal dining room, another office, and a family room with a bar.

The home has a gym.

“Extensive lake views await you from most of the rooms as well as from both turrets and the rooftop,” according to the listing.

The property boasts a replica of the Statue of Liberty.

Outside the main house, the 4-acre property includes a guest house, a pool house, a pool, a private lagoon, a boat house, and a boat dock. There’s also a stone waterfall and a replica of the Statue of Liberty.