An Intracoastal waterfront estate in Florida across from golf legend Tiger Woods’ current Florida home is set to hit the market for $16.75 million, the Post has learned.
And it’s a house with an interesting history.
Woods’ ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, was the paternal grandmother of PGA star, fellow Swede Jesper Parnevik, the longtime owner of the nearly 14,000-square-foot pad. At that time she was staying in the guest house.
Woods, 47, and Nordegren, 43, met in 2001 after being introduced by Parnevik. They got engaged almost two years later in November 2003 and married in October 2004. they have two children.
Parnevik and his wife, Mia, purchased the Jupiter home in 2000 for $1.4 million.
Then they extensively renovated the nine-bedroom, 12-bathroom property. More than two decades later, in 2021, the Parneviks sold the home for $9 million, records show.
Billed as a “one-of-a-kind opulent estate,” the residence is located on a private white-sand beach and in the Indian Hills neighborhood near stars such as Brian Rooney (owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers) and Gary Alley. Nicklaus (son of Jack Nicklaus, a professional golfer).
Fully furnished, there are five bedrooms in the main house and four in the guest house.
Amenities include a Trackman golf simulator, a movie theater, an exercise room with sauna and massage areas, and a full wet bar.
Outdoor amenities include a private pool, a spa, putting green synthetic turf, a summer kitchen and a private beach, all while taking in expansive water views of the Intracoastal.
“Gorgeous owner’s retreat overlooks the length of the Intracoastal and Atlantic Ocean through floor-to-ceiling windows, featuring a wonderful sitting room, TV lounge, custom closet, office, great bath with dual sinks,” the listing said Has gone.
Rob Thomson, managing partner of Waterfront Properties, holds the listing.
Other notable people in the field include Michael Jordan, Celine Dion, Kid Rock, Alan Jackson, Joe Namath, Dustin Johnson, and Donald Trump Jr.
Woods and Nordegren were married for six years before their highly publicized split in 2010, amid reports alleging that Woods had cheated on her with 12 other women. (The two are reportedly now friends.)
“Ellin told me he didn’t make a great impression on her at first,” Nordegren’s friend Sandra Sobieraj Westfall revealed in the 2021 HBO documentary, “Tiger.”
“He had his own opinion about celebrities and was not high. And she is very shy so the idea of joining that world didn’t appeal to her. And when he asked her out, I think she turned him down at first. … She slowly became convinced that he should give her a chance and so they went out.
Meanwhile, Woods has long lived at his home in the exclusive Jupiter Island enclave, a community of just under 900 people with the second-highest per capita income of any inhabited place in the country.
The five-time Masters winner rebuilt the home from scratch in 2010.
Worth an estimated $51 million, the property is divided into two sections, one with 3,300-square-foot living quarters and the other with a 6,400-square-foot multi-purpose building.
The latter includes a world-class gym, with the vast space also home to a media room, wine cellar and lift. A glass-covered walkway connects the two buildings, while there is also a guesthouse.
In recent months, the house has become the subject of controversy, Woods’ ex-girlfriend Erica Herman has accused the golf star of tricking her into leaving his Florida mansion under the guise of going on a “little vacation” — only to lock her up in the middle of their messy and shocking split, according to court documents. is charged with.