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Inside Tiger Woods ’s Luxe Real Estate Portfolio | Architectural Digest – Architectural Digest


Woods and Nordegren quietly snapped up property in a gated community in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for an undisclosed amount (lots there were listed for between $1.2 million and $4.5 million). Details of their vacation home are sparse, though it’s believed that the couple sought out land in the Cowboy State for a few different reasons, including its proximity to excellent golf courses and fly fishing, as well as easily accessible slopes for Nordegren to ski on. It is unclear whether either of them still own this property.


Woods and Nordegren then shelled out a whopping $40 million for a 12-acre property on Jupiter Island, Florida, where neighbors include Bill Gates, Celine Dion, and fellow golfer Greg Norman. At the time, there was an existing 9,000-square-foot mansion on the grounds, but the couple opted to tear down the original mansion in favor of erecting their own—a $54 million mega-mansion measuring 9,700 square feet with four additional structures including a golf studio, a guesthouse, a garage, and a boathouse with two private docks. Other amenities include a diving pool, a lap pool, a tennis court, and an oxygen therapy room. Construction of the impressive home was completed in 2010, and Woods moved into the home in 2011 following his split with Nordegren. (She and their two children moved to a new beachfront home in Palm Beach County.) The athlete still owns this property and considers it his primary residence.


Ever the filial son, Woods also made sure to look out for both his parents. He reportedly bought his mother two adjacent lots in Jupiter, Florida, for around $2.4 million, with plans to spend an additional $2.6 million to build on the land. He also went in on another home in Windermere, Florida, with his father for $1.31 million. Not much else is known about these properties.


Woods next threw his hat in the ring to help fund the construction of an ultra-exclusive resort in the Bahamas, alongside other celebrity investors like Justin Timberlake, Ernie Els, and Joe Lewis. The luxury resort community is known as Albany, and is set on 600 acres on the island New Providence, with nine marina-front condominium buildings, each boasting a different architectural style. (One, for instance, was designed by renowned architect Bjarke Ingels to look like a cube.) Amenities include a golf course, naturally, as well as 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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