I’m not sure what’s legal and illegal in the drone community, but this is the first time I’ve ever seen a drone used to get a better look at a celebrity house. The bad news here is that Derek Jeter wasn’t throwing some wild kegger at his 21,000 sq. ft. Tampa mansion. It’s just a regular day where the fountains are dancing and the hot tub is turned on.
Little is known about this massive structure that Jeets had built from the foundation up. It has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. New York Magazine got into the house last year during the press push for Jeter’s last game. It was noted that the second floor living room didn’t feel like it was being lived it. There was also mention of a poker table. There’s a sports bar area.
St. Jetersburg cost $12 million to construct.
That’s pretty much it.
Oh, and it looks like he has one of those pool basketball hoops. That’s the only item that seems out of place in the palace.