Looking for a little something in the eight-figures category? Kick it like Jeter by living in his Orange County, NY sprawling manse…
Baseball collectors: Your collection won’t be complete until you own this ultimate piece of memorabilia. Originally built in 1915 and dubbed the Tiedemann Castle, the estate is located in Greenwood Lake in southern Orange County, just before the New Jersey state line. Former pro-shortstop-turned-Miami-Marlins-owner Jeter bought it for $425K in 2003 and made it into this multi-million-dollar grown-up amusement park with perks like an infinity pool and pool house, lagoon, gardens, and boat house. Now, according to multiple sources including the NY Daily News, the property is on the market.
Not surprisingly, the property’s amenities are legion. Includes, to name a few, 700 feet of shoreline, a 12,500-square foot main house, six bedrooms, 12 baths, four indoor kitchens and one outside kitchen, a guest house, gym, elevator, hot tub, and a model of the Statue of Liberty. Because you didn’t know you needed one until now.
Ready to embrace a Jeter-like lifestyle? Check out the full listing on Wright Bros. Realty/Diane Wright.