News

Inside Tiger Woods’ ex Elin Nordegren’s new $10M Palm Beach mansion

Elin Nordegren has swapped her longtime $50 million North Palm Beach oceanfront estate for a more modest, $10 million Palm Beach Gardens home.

Nordegren, 41, initially purchased the estate in 2011 for $12,251,000, following her tumultuous divorce from Tiger Woods. She then listed it in 2018 for $49.5 million. 

The Swedish-born model lived in the massive nine-bedroom, 12-bathroom home for nine years before deciding she wanted to unload the mega-mansion for something a bit smaller. 

Days after she sold the home at a price cut of $29 million, she scooped up a six-bedroom, nine-bathroom property for $9,926,675 on Sept. 14, 2020. 

Scroll through to see inside Nordegren’s new pad she and her family have been living in for the past five months. 

The home sits on a 2.09-acre lot. realtor.com

The home features panoramic lake and golf views from nearly every window.realtor.com

A grand marble hallway overlooking scenic views. realtor.com

Initially built in 2010, the property spans 13,523 square feet and sits on 2.09 acres of land in the prestigious Old Palm Golf Club gated community.

This is a fully integrated smart home installed by Lutron Homeworks system. The system controls everything from lighting to security system activation. Everything is managed with iPads installed throughout the home or from your phone while you are home or on the go.

A nice lounge area. Realtor.com

The backyard is surrounded by palm trees.

An open dining space that looks out to the expansive outdoors.

The property features panoramic lake and golf views, and the spectacular backyard features a brand new, picturesque pool and spa with a large covered corridor complete with an outdoor kitchen.

Other amenities include a grand dining room, an office, gym and a spacious club/media room.

The grand foyer. Realtor.com

A glass enclosed grand staircase.Realtor.com

The kitchen with a wine-cellar attached. realtor.com

Also on the property are 4½ garages and a separate, private-entry one-bedroom apartment complete with a full kitchen, living room, den and bathroom. 

The state-of-the-art dual-island Downsview Kitchen showcases a full suite of Miele appliances, including a teppanyaki grill top and coffee bar.

Attached to the kitchen is a glass-enclosed, fully refrigerated wine room featuring storage for more than 500 bottles.

Almost every room features large windows that provide scenic views of the spa-like oasis.

The wine room featuring over 500 bottles. Realtor.com

The living area teases the outdoors with floor-to-ceiling windows. realtor.com

Another living space that opens out to the pool. realtor.com

The master bedroom. realtor.com

The main suite features a spacious room with tall, arched ceilings and is designed with modern finishings. The stately master suite features a fireplace and a large terrace with unparalleled privacy and expansive golf views.

The bedroom comes with a separate sitting room and oversized his-and-hers bathrooms and custom closets.

The spacious great room, butler’s pantry, laundry and mudrooms also feature Downsview cabinetry. 

The master bedroom. Realtor.com

The laundry room. realtor.com

The outdoors feature a private pond. Realtor.com

Nordegren was spotted on Saturday with her children, as pro golfer Woods continues to recover from surgery following a serious car wreck near LA on Feb. 23.

“It was very fortunate that Mr. Woods was able to come out of this alive,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Carlos Gonzalez, who was first on the scene.

Nordegren attended a soccer practice over the weekend for her 12-year-old son, Charlie, whom she shares with Woods, 45. Their daughter, 13-year-old Sam, was also in attendance, and Nordegren was seen holding her 1-year-old son, Arthur, whom she welcomed with Jordan Cameron in 2019.

Nordegren and Woods married in 2004 and finalized their divorce in 2010 amid the golfer’s infidelity.

A night view of the home. realtor.com