Golfer Greg Norman Puts His Ranch Up For Sale For $55 Million
Golfer Greg Norman hasn't sold off the real estate from his last marriage (his Tranquility estate is still for sale for $60 million) but he seems to already be facing divorce and some more real estate transitions. Norman and tennis champion Chris Evert were married less than two years ago but now they have split up. Both Norman and Evert left long term marriages in order to be together.
According to People.com the pair never created a home together and kept their own residences. Still some real estate transition seems to be in order for Norman. His Seven Lakes Ranch in Colorado is up for sale for a cool $55 million. Norman assembled the ranch from a variety of properties and it now extends over 11,600 acres in Meeker, Colorado. Norman picked up the Seven Lakes Lodge and an adjacent 3,000-acre ranch from Wall Street financier Henry Kravis in 2004. The 8-bedroom lodge on 300 acres, was listed, along with the neighboring Pollard Ranch for $18.5 million but Norman paid around $16 million. The Pollard Ranch is adjacent to the 8,200-acre ranch that Norman had already owned for seven years. Norman was particularly fond of the outdoor opportunities on his ranch. On the Shark website he said that he enjoyed fishing, hunting, riding, mountain bike riding and more on the property. The property includes the nearly 14,000 square foot lodge, staff quarters, staff and guest cabins, a fitness center, equestrian facilities and a clays course. It is being sold furnished.