As the Real Deal pointed out last month, if Norman gets his asking price it would set a record price for a property on the island, a record currently held by fellow golfer Tiger Woods who spent over $40 million for a home he tore down to create a new family compound. After an acrimonious divorce, Norman married tennis star Chris Evert and the two now live in her Florida home. Norman plays on the senior's golf tour and also has various golf course projects as well as his own wine label, clothing line and other businesses. Norman's ex-wife Laura Andrassy is entitled to $17.5 million in proceeds from the eventual sale of the house.
Norman's golf paradise includes nine bedrooms over six structures. 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.
Gallery: Greg Norman's Tranquility