World news – Greg Norman is re-listing Jupiter Island House for $ 60 million after the complete remodel


Greg Norman, also known as the great white shark of professional golf, is re-listing his beach home on Jupiter Island for a whopping $ 59,900,000 after 14 years of rebuilding.

The Florida property was back in 2007 for $ 65 million listed before it was rebuilt. 65-year-old Norman bought the property in 1991 for only $ 4.9 million. Since then, the property has been expanded by nearly 6,800 square feet with an expired permit.

Overall, the properties are located on 8.31 hectares of land with an area of ​​31,820 square feet. It comprises a total of eight houses – the main house, a carriage house, a pool house, a tennis house, a boathouse, a carriage house and a beach house – as well as a 5,000 square meter basement.

The Australian golf legend took a break from the discussion about his  » hilarious « bulge photo that went viral letting the Miami Herald know their real estate vision was to create a sanctuary.

The main house has 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms with ocean views and complete privacy. It includes a full-size US Open tennis court, fitness center, movie theater, elevator, two main pools, spa, 1,900 bottle wine cellar, bar, and gourmet kitchen.

« My wife and I believe it is time to continue here after 30 years, « Norman told the point of sale. “COVID-19 and the overall pandemic experience of social distancing and isolation from our families – most of whom live overseas – have made us realize over the past year how short life really is and have prompted us to reevaluate how and where we are i want to spend the rest of our life. “

He added about the house, » Memories here are numerous and endless and they will forever be engraved on our minds. « 

Norman, who won the 2001 World Golf Hall of Fame with the highest Votes (80%) of all Linksters was recorded, was officially the leading golfer in the world for 331 weeks. In total, he has won 89 professional tournaments, including 20 PGA Tour tournaments and two majors, the 1986 and 1993 Open Championships.

Norman also made headlines in November when he described the severe symptoms of COVID-19 that made him “ out of the way ”and caused him to return to hospital after initially believing he had overcome the worst disease.

 » I’m fit and strong and have a high tolerance for pain, but this is like nothing what I’ve ever experienced before, « wrote Norman on Instagram at the time.

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