Derek Jeter (Finally) Snags a Buyer for His New York Castle

After nearly four years on the market, former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter has finally found a buyer for his stunning castle in upstate New York. The property, known as “Tiedemann Castle,” has been a labor of love for Jeter, who purchased it in 2003 and spent years renovating and restoring the historic estate to its former glory.

Located in Greenwood Lake, just 50 miles outside of New York City, the castle sits on over 4 acres of land and boasts breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding mountains. With over 12,500 square feet of living space, the property features seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a grand ballroom, a library, a home theater, and a wine cellar.

Jeter put the castle on the market in 2018 for $14.75 million, but despite its luxurious amenities and prime location, the property struggled to find a buyer. After several price cuts and years of waiting, Jeter has finally closed on a deal with an undisclosed buyer for an undisclosed amount.

The sale of Tiedemann Castle marks the end of an era for Jeter, who has owned the property for nearly two decades. The baseball legend has since moved on to other ventures, including his role as CEO and part owner of the Miami Marlins.

While the sale of the castle may be bittersweet for Jeter, it represents a new chapter in his life and career. The property will now pass into the hands of a new owner who will hopefully appreciate and enjoy its beauty and history as much as Jeter did.

As Jeter says goodbye to Tiedemann Castle, he can take pride in knowing that he has left behind a lasting legacy in the form of a truly remarkable and unique property. And while the castle may no longer be in his possession, it will always hold a special place in his heart as a symbol of his time spent in New York and his dedication to preserving its rich history.