Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter has dropped the price on his dispersed property in Greenwood Lake, New York by $2 million. The property is also known as Tiedemann Castle, for $14.75 million in 2018, now Jeter is finding a new buyer by lowering the asking price to $12.75 million.
The home has family ties to Jeter, whose maternal grandfather grew up there in the 1950s, after being adopted by the owners of the castle, John and Julia Tiedemann. The expansive home was built in 1903 by New York doctor Rudolph Gudewill for his wife, according to toptenrealestatedeals.com
The estate is actually two castles – the master castle with a connected tower and a guest castle. Encompassing 12,590 square feet of living space between the main and guest castles, the Jeter compound includes four indoor kitchens, one outside kitchen, and an extra-large infinity-edged pool. Living areas include six bedrooms, seven full and five half bathrooms, a great room, multiple stone fireplaces, including one on the terrace, dens, game room, sunroom, formal dining room, office, gym, and family room with a bar.
Jeter also manages several other business interests and unable to spend time in his castle on the lake, so it makes sense to sell it to a family who loves vintage styled homes and enjoy it as much as Jeter’s maternal grandfather and his family have over the ages.