Marlins CEO Derek Jeter drops “castle” mansion price by $2M

by Stacy Carchman

Derek Jeter, the CEO and co-owner of the Miami Marlins, has dropped the price on his historic-family mansion on Greenwood Lake in New York by $2 million, according to a press release from TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

The castle-like resort home previously listed in 2018 at $14.75 million.

“The Castle”, which was originally built in 1903 by New York Doctor Rudolph Gudewill, was bought by Jeter in 2002.

Greenwood Lake is situated where the borders of New York and New Jersey join and is just 50 miles from New York City. The property encompasses 12,590 square feet of living space, between the main and guest castles, and the compound includes four indoor kitchens, one outside kitchen and an extra-large, infinity -edged pool. The living areas include six bedrooms, seven full and five half baths.


The listing notes that the area has been a popular tourist destination since the late 1800s, attracting wealthy vacationers and celebrities.


The listing agent is Mary Lovera with Wright Real Estate, Nyack, New York.


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