Greg Norman's Tranquility, Estate of the Day
Norman's golf paradise includes nine bedrooms over six structures. The home, known as Tranquility, has been anything but lately with a rather acrimonious divorce between the Normans. The estate is eight acres with a four-bedroom main house that was built in 1902 and has wine storage for 2,500 bottles. The main house overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway with 370 feet of waterfront, and a 140-foot dock that can accommodate a large yacht. A two-bedroom guest house faces the Atlantic and has an open porch for taking in the ocean views. There is also a grill house with a tennis court and a 50-foot pool. The listing says the estate comes with a coach house, with a four-car garage and three bedrooms and a carriage house which as a six-car garage, gym, steam room, boardroom and offices. A boat shed will also hold seven vehicles.
As the Real Estalker Mama reports, the couple bought the home in 1991 for just $4.9 million and it has been assessed at just $21 million. It's a nice place, a really nice place but $65 million? That might just be a stretch. I'd say somewhere in the $30 to $40 million range might be where this will sell at.
UPDATE: The price has been dropped to $47.5 million. It is now back up to $60 million.
Gallery: Greg Norman's Tranquility