Since he retired, the legend of the New York Yankees is very busy. So much so that he decided to sell his “summer castle” which had already belonged to his grandfather.
The co-owner of the Miami Marlins bought the homestead in 2002.
Located in Greenwood Lake, a 1-hour drive northwest of Yankee Stadium, the 11,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, four-kitchen “cottage” is on the market.
The price asked? 14.75 million US dollars, as reported by TMZ and Wright Brothers real estate agency website .
For this price, buyers will also enjoy an entertainment room, a bar, a gym … and a tower!
Here is an overview of the house worthy of a palace.