Golfer Greg Norman lists two properties for $55M each

The Shark says 55 is his lucky number

TRD New York /
Jun.June 26, 2016 03:00 PM

Besides a hole in one, famed golfer Greg Norman has another favorite number: $55 million. That is the asking price on two properties the Great White Shark has put on the market in Colorado and South Florida.

Norman has relisted his Meeker, Colo., property, called Seven Lakes Ranch, on the market for $55 million. The last time he tried to sell the property was in 2011. He is asking the same price for his mansion in Jupiter Island, Fla.

Norman told the Wall Street Journal that 55 is his “lucky number,” but that the identical asking prices were a coincidence.

His 11,600-acre ranch is located about 130 miles from Aspen in the remote White River Valley, and includes a roughly 14,000-square-foot main house with eight bedrooms and 11 other residences, including cabins, guesthouses and staff quarters, according to the Journal. That’s not to mention the 1800s dance hall, fitness center, skeet shooting course, equestrian facilities, barns or other ranch buildings. Steven Shane of Compass has the listing.

Norman says he is selling the properties with the intention of returning to his native Australia. [WSJ]Christopher Cameron

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