A supersized waterfront Florida mansion belonging to former baseball star Derek Jeter debuted on the market Tuesday for $29 million.

With that eight-figure price tag, the estate is the most expensive property on the market currently in both the city of Tampa and the wider Hillsborough County, according to online property portal Zillow.

The home’s star athlete pedigree extends further than just the longtime New York Yankees shortstop and newly minted Hall of Famer. The mansion was reportedly rented by famed quarterback Tom Brady following his move earlier this year from the NFL’s New England Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The seven-bedroom home is listed with Stephen Gay of Smith & Associates Real Estate, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

“You are wowed by the artistry and brilliance of the talented local craftsman that expertly fashioned the fine details,” the listing states, “including the solid hardwood millwork, hand polished Venetian plaster, tailored silk draperies, marble mosaic tiles, and others too numerous to mention.”

Spanning just under 22,000 square feet, the stately spread has a 24-foot-high foyer with floor-to-ceiling windows, a gourmet kitchen with two islands, four dishwashers and four sinks, and a club room with a full-service bar, a billiards table, multiple TVs and a sitting area.

There’s also a wine cellar, a home movie theater, a gym, an in-law suite, an au-pair wing and waterfront views from most rooms, according to the listing.

Outside, there are close to 9,000 square feet of covered porches and balconies, a dock with two boat lifts, a heated spa and a saltwater lap pool.

Mr. Jeter, 46, saw construction completed on the estate in 2012, after his corporation acquired three adjacent lots in 2005 and 2006 for $7.7 million, according to the New York Times, which first reported the listing.

After playing for the Yankees for his entire two-decade MLB career, Mr. Jeter, who could not be reached for comment, retired from baseball in 2014. In 2017 he became part owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins.

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