Derek Jeter Is Still Trying to Sell His $29 Million Florida Mansion

Derek Jeter Is Still Trying to Sell His $29 Million Florida Mansion

Derek Jeter has now joined the ranks of Michael Jordan and Tom Cruise in terms of extremely rich men trying to unload their multi-million dollar properties.

Despite the fact that there’s currently a mass exodus to Florida amongst the former residents of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the baseball star has had no luck finding a buyer for his $29 million home in the state. According to the New York Post , the Tampa mansion where Jeter let Tom Brady and his family live last year after he signed with the Buccaneers, has been on the market for 190 days. Jeter bought the property back in 2005 for $2.3 million before doing extensive renovations, putting it back on the market with a 1260% markup in September after Brady moved out.

The 21,796 square-foot mansion is located in the exclusive Davis Islands community of Tampa and features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and sweeping waterfront views. The home also boasts a wine cellar, in-home movie theater, professional gym, in-law suite, clubroom with full-service bar, billiards, and game table, and an au-pair wing with its own living area and kitchen. And the exterior is just as luxe as the interiors with an outdoor kitchen and grilling area, heated spa, 80-foot saltwater lap pool, dock with two boat lifts, and an air-conditioned garage big enough to fit six cars. Apparently, this isn’t the only piece of real estate the MLB Hall of Famer is having trouble ridding himself of, as he also recently knocked $2 million off the price of a New York castle he’s been trying to sell since 2018.

But in the case of his Tampa property, the problem might not be Jeter, but rather the home itself. In an April 2020 interview with Howard Stern , Brady revealed his one big problem with the home was a serious lack of privacy. “I forgot people could drive up to your house. Here they can pull right up to the back of the house,” the quarterback explained. “Derek did a pretty good job of screening it. I am a little bit of an introvert. I feel like my house is my place I can relax. When you are outside the house, you understand everything that goes along with being me. I think part of it is, when I come home I want to feel like I can let my guard down and relax.”

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