Greg Norman sells estate in Florida for $ 55 million
World Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman and his wife, Kiki, have sold Tranquility, their sprawling property in Jupiter Island, Fla., For $ 55,1 million to the owner of Victoria's Secret.
The 9 m² property located at 750 S. Beach Road in Hobe Sound was sold on April 382th. The buyer is said to be the family of Les Wexner, president emeritus of L Brands, owner of Victoria's Secret.
The eight-acre Tranquility property is a sprawling beach enclave at the Intracoastal Waterway. It features 10 bedrooms, 12 full baths, six half baths, two wine cellars, two swimming pools, over 50 meters of ocean frontage, and 112 meters of mooring space on the Intracoastal. A 45 meter yacht could moor at the property.
In addition to the main house, there is a pool house, tennis house, boathouse, shed, beach house and a 1 m² basement.
Norman bought Tranquility in 1991 for $ 5 million. Since then, he has brought it to the market, taken it off the market and made major renovations.
A spokeswoman for Coldwell Banker confirmed the sale, which is not yet recorded in the Martin County public records. However, an MLS listing on Monday afternoon indicated that the property had been sold for $ 55,095 million.
Despite the sale, Greg Norman aka "The Great White Shark" and his wife remain owners in Florida.
The couple treat themselves to a residence in Palm Beach Gardens
On April 8, the day after the Tranquility sale, they immediately signed a new $ 12,2 million second home located at Old Palm Golf Club, an exclusive private golf community in Palm Beach Gardens.
The couple's new home is smaller than the previous one on Jupiter Island, but it's still luxurious. should be a second home.
According to published reports, Norman and his wife are making a number of real estate transactions in anticipation of a planned move to Australia, following the COVID-19 crisis.