August 19, 2009

Tough Times In Tiger's Neighborhood

Whenever Tiger Woods' new house in Jupiter, Florida is finally finished, he may have a hard time selling his old digs in Windermere, Florida's Iselworth community. Apparently, there is a glut of mansions for sale in the neighborhood as some well-known and many not-so-well-known (but well-off) homeowners are looking to sell:
"Sports stars Grant Hill, Mark O'Meara, Stuart Appleby and Ryan Longwell all have homes up for sale in Isleworth.

"In fact, at least 45 mansions, or 15 percent of the subdivision, are on the market."
As for Tiger, he still has a way to go until he can move his trophies and toys to the east coast of the state

Woods, his wife, Elin, daughter, Sam, and new son, Charles, won’t be moving into their new home on Jupiter Island anytime soon.

While much of the shell of the 10,000-square-foot, two-story mansion is complete, there is still a lot of work to be done.

Granted, that report is six months old, but homes the size and scope of the one Woods is building can take a very long time to complete. In the meantime, he might want to do an extra good job of sprucing up his Orlando-area house, perhaps by filling the divots in his yard.

In the meantime, he and his family can always pack up and spend their summer in the Hamptons, where Woods recently purchased a $65 million seaside estate.

1 comment:

  1. Here's an idea - Tiger could just buy up those houses in Isleworth and rename the place Woodsworth ! He could rent them out as homes for wayward or up-and-coming golf pros. :-D


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