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Inside Tiger Woods’ Luxe Real Estate Portfolio |

Year 2005

Woods and Nordegren quietly bought up real estate in a gated community of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Have been described between $1.2 million and $4.5 million). Details about their vacation home are sparse, but the couple sought land in Cowboy State due to several factors, including its proximity to excellent golf courses and fly fishing, and easily accessible slopes for Nordegren skiing. It is believed to have been for different reasons. It is unknown if either of them still owns the property.


Woods and Nordegren then fired the cannon $40 million On 12 acres on Jupiter Island, Florida, near Bill Gates, Celine Dion, and golfing buddy Greg Norman. There was an existing 9,000-square-foot mansion of his on the property at the time, but the couple chose to demolish the original mansion and build their own mansion. Boathouse with golf studio, guesthouse, garage and 2 private his docks. Other facilities include a diving pool, lap pool, tennis courts and an oxygen therapy room.Construction of the impressive home was completed in 2010 and Woods move Home in 2011 following split with Nordegren. (She and her two children have moved into a new beachfront home in Palm-her-Beach County.) The athlete still owns the property and considers it his primary residence. .


A filial son, Woods also cared for his parents.he reportedly He purchased two pieces of land adjacent to Jupiter, Florida from his mother for about $2.4 million and plans to spend another $2.6 million to build the land. He also moved into another house in Windermere, Florida with his father for his $1.31 million. Not much else is known about these properties.


Woods then threw his hat into the ring to help finance the construction of an ultra-luxury resort in the Bahamas, along with high-profile investors such as Justin Timberlake, Ernie Els, and Joe Louis. This luxury resort community, known as Albany, New He sits on his 600-acre property on Providence Island, facing the marina, and has nine condominiums, each boasting a different architectural style. (For example, one designed by the famous architect Bjarke Ingels to look like a cube.) Amenities naturally include a golf course, several swimming pools, an equestrian center, a water sports center, tennis courts, and a 15,000-square-foot fitness center with yoga and Pilates studios.

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