The seven-bedroom, eight-bath estate was sold on Friday

Former New York Yankee superstar Derek Jeter has sold his waterfront mansion at Tampa for $22.5 million — significance Tom Brady might be headed to brand new rental digs.

The seven-bedroom, eight-bath estate was sold on Friday, stated Smith & Associates, the real estate company that handled the transaction. The company didn’t disclose the buyer and the sale hadn’t yet been recorded Monday by Hillsborough County, a process that may take a few days. The house had been recorded in $29 million.

The baseball hall of famer dwelt at the home part-time until his retirement following the 2014 season. He and his family moved across Florida after he turned into a part-owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins at 2017.

Brady has been leasing the mansion since April 2020, shortly following the star quarterback signed with the Tampa Buccaneers after leaving the New England Patriots. He and his wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen, lately purchased land on an exclusive island off Miami to build a home there.

Jeter purchased the property from 2005 for $6.3 million, razed the houses that were there and constructed the 22,000-square-foot (2,050 square meter) replacement, that includes a wine cellar, film theater and air-conditioned six-car garage.

Smith & Associates Realtor Stephen Gay advised the Tampa Bay Times that Brady and Bündchen were accommodating and did not turn down any requests to find the property”show-ready” for a potential buyer.