Derek Jeter’s Hudson Valley Castle Is Up For Sale
A historic Hudson Valley castle owned by Derek Jeter has been put on the market. And for a mere $14.75 million it could be all yours!
Known as Tiedemann Castle, the four-acre estate sits on 700 feet of Greenwood Lake shoreline. According to PriceyPads.com, it was the childhood home of his grandfather William 'Sonny' Connors. Built in the early 1900s by Rudolph H.E. Gudweill, the home was sold after his death in the 1940s to John and Julia Tiedemann who adopted Connors in the 1950s.
Fast forward to 2003, Jeter purchased the home for a mere $425,000. He began a full renovation of the property and turned it into the palace it is today. The home sits on two parcels and features six bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, guest house, pool house and great views of Greenwood Lake. Sit in your new infinity pool and admire the extensive gardens and lagoon. With over 12,000 square feet, you'll have plenty of room to entertain in your new castle.
There's no moat though, which is a little bit of a letdown.
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