Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren is selling her oceanfront mansion in Florida for $49.5 million — and it comes with a three-story Swarovski crystal chandelier
- Tiger Woods and his ex-wife, former Swedish model Elin Nordegren, divorced in 2010 after six years of marriage.
- In 2011, Nordegren purchased property in North Palm Beach, Florida, and custom built a mansion.
- The 11-bedroom mansion is now listed for $49.5 million.
Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren, who was married to the pro golfer for six years, has placed her 11-bedroom Florida mansion on the market for $49.5 million. Woods and 38-year-old Nordegren divorced in 2010.
The property was purchased by Nordegren in 2011 for $12.25 million, and the custom-built mansion was completed in 2014.
The 23,176 square-foot oceanfront home is in Seminole Landing — a private, gated community in North Palm Beach, Florida. The property comes with 11 bedrooms, 15 full baths, a guest house, and a four-car garage.
Other perks inside include a wine cellar, theater, fitness center, a catering kitchen, and a three-story Swarovski crystal chandelier. The home is inspired by British West Indies architectural design, and if the beach doesn't impress, there's also a swimming pool equipped with a waterslide and spa, lounge areas with fire pits, a half basketball court, and a putting green.
The listing is held by Cristina Condon and Todd Peter of Sotheby's International Realty.
Keep scrolling for a full tour of the mansion.
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