Derek Jeter has sold the massive 22,000 sq. ft. Tampa mansion that served as Tom Brady’s rental when the quarterback and his family moved to Florida after he first signed with the Buccaneers. Per the New York Post, the Jeter mansion was listed in September after Brady moved out, and it remained on the market until it was sold Friday for $22,519,433, which is said to be a record sale price for the area.
The not-too-shabby former Jeter estate features seven bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, and 345 feet of open water for yachts to pull up for a dinner with friends. The Jeter mansion also features an air-conditioned garage that will hold up to six cars. It has all the bells and whistles, but it wasn’t for Brady and Gisele, who moved out in the fall and reportedly bought a private estate outside Tampa Bay for $7.5 million.
According to Jeter’s realtor:
The expansive residence, the largest in South Tampa at just under 22, 000 square feet, was built with the finest materials available; from the hand carved Connecticut granite and limestone facade to the state-of-the-art home automation that controls almost every aspect of the home including the security, lighting, window treatments, climate, and entertainment systems. Painstaking detail ensured that this masterpiece showcased all that bayfront living in Florida has to offer with waterfront views from most rooms, almost 9, 000 square feet of picturesque outdoor covered porches and balconies, a dock with two boat lifts, heated spa and 80-foot saltwater lap pool.
Jeter has been busy in the real estate market. Besides selling the Tampa residence, he’s also trying to unload the New York castle that holds sentimental value to the Jeter family, but it’s still for sale at $12,750,000.