The mansion, which the Brady family is renting, features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an elevator, an entertainment room and billiards room that wraps around a swimming pool with two boat lifts providing access to Tampa Bay, according to ESPN.
The sprawling estate, which is located on Davis Islands near Tampa, Fla., sits next door to former Buccaneers defensive tackle Brad Culpepper, who is now a personal injury attorney. The home is just over seven miles from Raymond James Stadium, where the Buccaneers play.
The estimated value of Jeter's mansion is about $14 million, according to the Tampa Bay Times. The newspaper said the projected cost of renting the house is at least $75,000 per month.
Brady, who spent 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, signed a two-year, $50 million contract with the Buccaneers last month. His deal includes about $9 million in performance incentives.
Jeter, who has been living in South Florida since taking over as CEO and part owner of the Marlins in 2017, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame's 2020 class in his first year of eligibility.