A Glimpse At Where Tiger Trains
We've been hearing about Tiger Woods' massive complex in Jupiter Island, Florida for years. Back in 2005, Woods paid around $38 million for a 10-acre compound on Jupiter Island in Florida. It was a very expensive teardown, in 2007 the estate's redevelopment was estimated to be in the $15-$20 million range. But Tiger wasn't building just for fun, the home is centered around keeping him in peak shape for his golf game.
His property, which extends from the Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean included four houses, the main house, plus two guest houses and a beach house. Woods began construction creating a personal home that now includes a state-of-the-art training facility. Jeff Realty has an image of the enviable facilities which would do any university proud. The facilities include his own personal golf course; a 100-foot length swimming pool; a separate 60-foot diving pool and a spa as well as a full tennis/basketball court.
Jeff Lichenstein says that while on similar Jupiter Island estate homes you might see waterfall resort-style stone pools with lots of freeform space for lounge chairs and entertaining, Tiger's area is strictly business, the deck is built with practically no space to lay out or entertain and the view is of his own golf course with the Intracoastal practically a mile away. This is a place for Woods to get back to what he does best, winning.
Jeff & Cary Lichtenstein are real estate agents with Illustrated Properties. They concentrate on marketing Admirals Cove real estate in Jupiter Florida to Mirasol homes for sale in Palm Beach Gardens Florida