Tiger Woods, world famous golfer from Cypress, California has own many properties during his life. One of the Tiger woods houses locates at Jupiter Island, Florida. Woods, and his then-wife Elin Nordegren, purchased the Jupiter Island property in 2006, paying a reported $40 million for the 12-acre grounds and the 9,000-square-foot-plus beachfront home that stood on the property. Let dive more deeper to this luxury property!
And then they tore the existing house down. While remaining in their Isleworth house in Windermere, the Woodses tore down the Jupiter Island house in order to build a new home and reshape the property.
The Woods’ relationship ended in divorce in 2010, which happened to be the same year that the remaking of the Jupiter Island house, and addition of a “backyard” practice facility, finally approached completion. The results can be seen. The house sits back a bit from Intracoastal Waterway, with much of the “yard” given over to a golf practice area, and the Atlantic Ocean on the other side. Woods moved into the Jupiter Island house in 2011, after Nordegren also left the Isleworth home for her new house.
The golf practice facility was first described by Florida luxury realtor and golf property expert Cary Lichtenstein, in the blog, and his interpretation of the image above was pretty good. Woods’ Jupiter Island house, for which in late 2010, took out a $50 million-plus mortgage, is one of the more expensive homes on the barrier island. Its 2006 sale price of $40 million was the highest to that point in Jupiter Island, according to Forbes.
Jupiter Island homes include some of the most expensive estates in the United States, according to Jeff Lichtenstein of JeffRealty.com, who commissioned these photos of Woods’ estate. “Jupiter Island is home to some of the most famous and wealthiest people in the world,” said Lichtenstein. “Price ranges run from the low $2 million for an inexpensive, tear-down lot, to $65 million.” Other celebrity beach house properties near Woods’ Jupiter Island house include Bill Gates, Celine Dion and Gre Norman.
According to the AOL Real Estate, the Woods estate on Jupiter Island includes a tennis court, oxygen therapy room, a fitness center and multiple pools. After purchasing the property for the reported $40 million, Woods (and, until their divorce, Elin Nordegren) invested another $15 million in the estate. The main house itself has two master bathrooms, three bedroom suites in addition to the master, a gym, media room, basement wine cellar and its own elevator.
A separate guest house and a detached garage are also on the property. According to reports, Tiger Woods’ yacht, the Privacy, can be docked on the Intracoastal side of the house, if he chooses. It gives possibility to go for longer trip without worrying traffic on roads. Woods moved into the home in 2011. But in 2013, trouble with the home arose; multiple news accounts reported that the Jupiter Island house was sinking.
Foundation problems are not uncommon with Florida‘s soil conditions, and they affect even the super-wealthy. Woods reportedly started noticing cracks in walls, and doors that became “sticky” as door frames shifted. He called in engineers, who recommending driving deep pilings beneath the house to stabilize it.
After all renovation, this house is truly any golf- or interior lovers dream in state of sunshine, Florida!