Tiger Woods’ ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, downsizes her $50 million custom-built Palm Beach beachfront mansion for a more modest $10 million one.
After a very messy divorce from professional golf icon Tiger Woods in 2011, 41-year-old Swedish model Elin Nordegren purchased her previous house for $12,251,000. In 2018, she put the estate up for sale, asking a mere $49.5 million for the home.
The massive mansion boasted 11-bedrooms and 15-bathrooms. It sold in September of 2020 for only $29 million.
Amenities Inside Tiger Woods’ Ex’s Mansion
Tiger Woods‘ ex decided it was time for a downsize. Don’t be fooled. This mother of three wasn’t moving into a humble little house in the suburbs. Nordegren moved into a six-bedroom, nine-bathroom estate that set her back $9,926,675.
The sprawling 13,523 square foot white house sits in a 2.09-acre lot that features panoramic views of the pool, a lake, and Old Palm Golf Club.
The smart home was built in 2010 and is within a gated community. To access anything in the house, from the lights, to the security system, to the temperature, all you need to do is tap an iPad or your cell phone.
Meanwhile, my phone barely lets me access Instagram. We also aren’t Tiger Woods or his ex-wife.
As we pointed out, the backyard features a pool and lake. It also boasts an outdoor kitchen and dining area large enough for any size party.
Back inside the house, some of the points to highlight are the marble floors throughout the residence, an office, gym, a media and game room, and four-and-a-half garages.
A main statement piece in the house is displayed right off the kitchen. In a glass-enclosed refrigerated room, you will find nearly 500 bottles of whatever wine you can dream of. Imagine how convenient this room was during quarantine.
Elin Nordegren’s beautiful home also has a separate one-bedroom apartment, complete with a kitchen, bathroom, living room, and den. You know, just in case all the other six bedrooms are taken.
Just about every sofa, wall, ceiling, cabinet, and appliance are the color of the white marble floors– just enough to make us nervous about cracking open a bottle of red wine. Those stains can come back to haunt you.
Regardless, we surely wouldn’t turn down the opportunity to live in this spacious mansion. Tiger Woods lives in a 9,700-square foot, $40 million houses in Jupiter Island, Florida.