Elin Nordegren, the ex-wife of golf legend Tiger Woods, has downsized in Palm Beach County after selling her custom beachfront mansion last week for a recorded $28.6 million.
Nordegren paid a recorded $9.9 million for a six-bedroom house on 2 acres in the Old Palm Golf Club development in Palm Beach Gardens, a deed recorded this week shows.
Built in 2010, the house she bought has 16,841 square feet of living space, inside and out, property records show. Of that total, 13,504 square feet is under air conditioning. The property includes a large vacant parcel next door.
She bought the house at 12251 Tillinghast Circle as trustee of the Northern Lights Trust, the same entity through which she owned and sold her beachfront house in Seminole Landing.
The renovated property in Old Palm Golf Club faces a pond on the gated community’s golf course. The house’s layout includes a dining room, home office, gym and a club/media room, according to the property’s sales listing. Other features include a well-equipped kitchen and a glass-enclosed refrigerated wine room that can store more than 500 bottles.
The deed recorded Tuesday shows the property was sold by Tillinghast Holdings LLC, a Florida limited liability company. That entity is managed by Larry Ross and as a Palm Beach address on Royal Palm Way, state business records show.
Brokers at Leibowitz Realty Group handled the seller’s side of the deal. Michael Leibowitz co-listed the property with Andrew Leibowitz, according to the multiple listing service. The estate was priced at $12.495 million when it sold.
Agent Dory Faxon of Frankel Ball Realty acted for the buyer.
Via a deed recorded Sept 11, Nordegren sold her Seminole Landing house to billionaire Rockstar Energy Drink creator Russell Weiner of Delray Beach, who bought it using a revocable trust in his name, courthouse records show.
The Seminole Landing house has 11 bedrooms and about 26,000 square feet. Completed in 2014, it stands on a 1.4-acre lot with 200 feet of shoreline in an unincorporated area near North Palm Beach.
Nordegren listed her estate for sale in March 2018 at $49.5 million, a price later dropped to $44.5 million. Agents Cris Condon, Todd Peter and Frances Peter of Sotheby’s International Realty in Palm Beach had the listing, and Todd Peter handled the buyer’s side in the sale last week.
Woods and Nordegren married in 2004 and had two children. Their contentious divorce was finalized in 2010, with Nordegren receiving a settlement reported at $100 million.