Nordegren buys $12M home in Florida
PALM BEACH, Fla.
Tiger Woods' ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, shelled out over $12 million for a mansion in North Palm Beach, 10 miles away from Woods' own sprawling digs, the Palm Beach Post reported Friday.
Nordegren, 31, purchased the beachfront home in the Seminole Landing community of North Palm Beach in February, eight months after she finalized her divorce from the philandering golfer.
The Swedish beauty and her two children with Woods plan to move into the 17,000 square foot home in the next few weeks.
The golfer's former wife will join celebrity neighbors in the exclusive, gated community that include former New York Giants running back Tucker Frederickson and West Virginia playboy and coal magnate Christopher Cline.
"It's a non event," Frederickson, the president of the homeowner's association, told the Post when asked about the latest celebrity addition to the neighborhood.
Earlier this month, the surprisingly private Woods revealed to fans that he was prepping to make a move of his own to a new home in Jupiter Island, Fla., that features a custom-built practice facility.
"Pretty soon, I'll be moving into my new home in Jupiter, Fla.," Woods, 35, wrote on his website. "I'm excited about that and even more excited about my new practice facility. It's phenomenal."