Derek Jeter rented his mansion in Tampa, FL to the goat, Tom Brady, last spring; however, this estate is now on the market with an asking price of $29M. He's still in it, but Brady doesn't come with the purchase.
Despite the lack of privacy, since people can drive to the back of the house, Brady enjoys the property's perks. The Patriot's quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers says Jeter "did a pretty good job screening it."
Jeter acquired the property between 2005 and 2006 to costume build on the lot, and the mansion was finally completed in 2011. Because of its uniqueness and size, the estate is known as 'St. Jetersburg'. Its the largest in South Tampa, according to the listing.
The waterfront is over 21,700 sq ft of living space set on a 1.2-acre lot with a 9,000 sq ft patio/terrace complex, a motor court on the front side, a large pool, and a 6-car garage.
The interiors are modern and luxurious, featuring dark wood doors and details, marble tiles, massive panes of glass, details of imported and fine materials, hand-carved Connecticut granite, a limestone facade, hand-polished Venetian plaster, and tailored silk draperies, among others.
The property embraces 7 bedrooms, 8 full-- and 8 half-- baths, including a master suite with a seating area, a fireplace, two large closets, and a private bath with a steam shower, a spa, and a balcony.
Amenities include a wine cellar, a home theater, a gym, a gourmet kitchen, a grilling area and outdoor kitchen, a dock with boat lifts, a clubroom, a wet bar, and an in-law apartment.
The living room has vaulted ceilings that open the second floor of the home to the space, and elevate the open-concept-villa style. We see that open concept in a few places in this palatial home. Anyone who has stayed in an oceanfront villa could tell you why. We imagine the breeze is incredible before it reaches hurricane speeds.
Brady's Brookline property was on the market for $33.9M earlier this year, but, due to the pandemic (and the vast amount of Days on Market), was taken off.