You, yes you, can live like New York Yankees royalty for the low, low price of $12.75 million.
According to Anthony Zurita of NorthJersey.com, the estate known as Tiedemann Castle in Greenwood Lake, New York, that belonged to Derek Jeter is on sale for that price. It is notably lower than the $14.75 million mark it was previously listed for during its time on the market since 2018.
The 115-year-old "castle" features stone walls that are six feet tall, a pool house, a boathouse, an infinity pool, a lagoon, two conference rooms, 12 bathrooms and five kitchens, one of which is outdoors.
That Jeter had such a home in New York isn't exactly surprising. After all, the Hall of Famer put together one of the all-time Yankee careers with a Rookie of the Year, five World Series titles, five Gold Gloves, five Silver Sluggers, 14 All-Star selections and a World Series MVP.
That will help someone afford a castle.