Take a tour of the $23 million mansion that Derek Jeter and Tom Brady both called home and is now set to be demolished – DAVID RAUDALES

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Take a tour of the $23 million mansion that Derek Jeter and Tom Brady both called home and is now set to be demolished

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A Tampa-area mansion once owned by Derek Jeter called St. Jetersburg will likely soon be torn down.
The 21,796-square-foot home, which was once rented to Tom Brady, was sold in 2021 for $22.5 million.
A 10 Tampa Bay report suggested the purchasers may look to build two or three houses on the lot.

A Tampa-area mansion once owned by Derek Jeter called St. Jetersburg was expected to be torn down.

As of late 2022, the residential demolition permit application was “pending electrical and gas sign-off,” Dave Jennings, an operations manager at the Tampa city council, told Insider

Jeter put the 21,796-square-foot home on the market in September 2020, but Tom Brady and his family rented the home while it was for sale. Jeter sold the house in 2021 for $22.5 million

A 10 Tampa Bay report suggested the purchasers may look to build two or three houses on the lot in the exclusive neighborhood.

Take a tour of the house below.

The New York Yankees legend’s former estate was originally built for $7.7 million and sold a decade later for $22.5 million.

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Jeter put the 21,796-square-foot home on the market in September 2020, but Tom Brady and his family rented the home while it was for sale.

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Source: Tampa Bay Times

The house was on 1.2 acres boasting 345 feet of open bay on Davis Islands.

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Marble floors and twisting staircases adorned elegant, broad hallways flanked by windows overlooking the property.

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They led to an opulent concourse.

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With tall ceilings and expansive views of the water, the living space exuded sophistication and extravagance.

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The floor-to-ceiling windows were a nice touch, too.

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One of several lounge areas throughout the sprawling mansion.

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The dining room had plenty of seating for guests.

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The bright and airy kitchen featured two islands and gorgeous finishes.

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It’s a chef’s paradise.

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There was even a breakfast nook in front of the windows overlooking the bay.

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The sleek clubroom featured a full-service bar, pool and game tables, TVs, and views of the bay.

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The home office was a luxurious space for getting work done.

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The multilevel home theater could go toe-to-toe with the AMCs and Regals of the world.

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There was a fully equipped home gym that was literally built for a professional athlete.

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The primary bedroom was fit for royalty.

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And there were six more bedrooms where that one came from.

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All the bedrooms were spacious and boasted views of the water.

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Some even had their own balconies.

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The primary bathroom was straight out of a spa.

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It was one of 16 bathrooms in the house.

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The in-law suite allowed guests privacy.

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There was plenty of space for kids to enjoy as well.

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The patio lounge area — fitted with an outdoor kitchen — was perfect for entertaining on sunny and rainy days alike.

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There was a daybed for anyone who needs a catnap.

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There was garage space for six cars and a majestic roundabout driveway out front.

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Back outside, the pool area was on par with that of any luxury resort.

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It may have been even more luxurious at dusk.

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The dock, which came with two boat lifts, was perfect for a water-sports enthusiast.

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The listing described the residence as the largest in South Tampa.

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With that kind of space, there were plenty of nooks and crannies with secret gems.

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The not-so-little slice of paradise was listed for a whopping $29 million in 2020. According to Bob Glase, whose firm, Smith & Associates Real Estate, handled the sale, it was one of the highest asking prices in the area’s history.

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The new owners, who landed the property for $22.5 million, applied to tear it down. There’s speculation that they want to build several houses on the property, similar to how it was before Jeter bought the land.

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Source: 10 Tampa Bay

But all the bells and whistles didn’t come cheap, and Jeter’s estate certainly had them.

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“It’s such a shame to have to tear down such a gorgeous, prestigious, you know, wonderful famous place,” one neighbor told Tampa Bay 10.

Now check out Jeter’s stunning lakeside castle in New York that still hasn’t sold after several years on the market:

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Take a tour of Derek Jeter’s unique lakeside castle that’s been on the market for 4 years and is headed to auction

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