It’s been a busy year for Derek Jeter. In 2020 alone, the baseball legend became a Hall of Famer, a landlord and now, hopefully, a seller. His impressive Tampa, Florida, mansion just hit the market for $29 million.

The mammoth listing arrives a few months after reports surfaced that Jeter was renting out the waterfront mansion to Tom Brady, who signed a two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the offseason.

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Set on more than an acre, the custom estate spans 22,000 square feet (not to mention the 9,000 square feet of scenic decks and balconies). It’s racked up a few honors over the years; according to the listing, it’s the biggest home in south Tampa and the largest waterfront property assembled on Davis Islands.

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Clad in hand-carved granite and limestone, the palatial home has seven bedrooms and 16 bathrooms across two stories. A 24-foot foyer with floor-to-ceiling windows kicks things off, and farther in, large living spaces boast hardwood millwork, Venetian plaster, silk drapes and marble mosaic tiles.

An aquarium anchors the two-story great room, and the chef’s kitchen has a pair of islands. Other highlights include a wine cellar, movie theater, wood-paneled office, gym and club room with a billiards table and curved bar.

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Upstairs, the owner’s retreat expands to a sitting area, two custom closets, a spa bathroom with a steam shower and a private balcony. The scenic space overlooks the entertainer’s backyard, where bubbling fountains descend to a spa and 80-foot saltwater lap pool. At the edge of the property, a dock with two boat lifts sits on 345 feet of bay.

A baseball icon, Jeter spent the entirety of his 20-year career with the New York Yankees, making 14 All-Star appearances along with five World Series titles. In 2017, the 46-year-old bought a minority stake in the Miami Marlins and currently serves as the team’s CEO.