New York Yankees egend Derek Jeter is selling the upstate New York castle he bought 15 years ago for $14.75 million. Looks like castles don’t appreciate too much. 

The property in Greenwood Lake, known locally as the Tiedemann Castle, features a 6-foot  stone wall, a turret, an infinity pool, a lagoon and a small Statue of Liberty replica.

Here’s the description via Zillow:

This Gem on the Lake, with nearly 700 ft of shoreline, is perfect as a full-time residence or a weekend/summer getaway! Pass through the gate in the 6′ stone wall and enter this magical property. It has been lovingly restored, with unparalleled attention to detail, beyond its original grandeur over the past 15 years. There are 2 parcels that make up the estate and they include the main house, a guest house, a pool house, infinity pool, extensive gardens, a lagoon, boat house, an elevator, and much more. The 4 indoor kitchens with their top of the line appliances plus an outdoor kitchen with wood burning fireplace will please even the most demanding chefs. Soak in extensive lake views after climbing the turret stairs that provide access to the roof and a separate “widow’s walk.” Entertain easily in the pool house and expansive patio space or in the game room and Great Room. Retreat to one of the quiet den spaces when you want to get away from it all. There’s something here for everyone!

It was built in 1903 by a New York City doctor, and later bought by John Tiedemann.

Jeter’s maternal grandfather, William “Sonny” Connors, grew up on the property after John and Julia Tiedemann adopted him in the 1950s. Small world.