Derek Jeter is one of the most famous New York Yankees, probably one of the most famous baseball players of all time and now you have a chance to live in his house (for a bit of money).

Former Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has just listed his Upstate New York castle for $14.75 million, according to New York Upstate. The castle is in Orange County's Greenwood Lake and 12,590 sq. ft. with 700 feet of that being lakeshore.

The castle was built in 1903 and then purchased by the adoptive parents of Derek Jeter's grandfather. Jeter's grandfather, William 'Sonny' Connors, then sold the residence to Jeter in 2003 for $425,000 and he's since put a ton of work into it. The house has 6 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and has a monthly mortgage of $60,873. There's also an elevator, 5 kitchens, intercom and security system, a smaller replica of the Statue of Liberty, and even a bread warmer if that's something you've been dreaming of having.

If you're interested in buying the castle (and inviting me to any future parties you may have), you can reach out to Diane Mitchell of Wright Bros Real Estate Inc. who has the listing.