Serena Williams picks up Palm Beach Gardens home

House is not the tennis star's first in Palm Beach County

May.May 27, 2015 12:45 PM

Serena Williams, an internationally known tennis star, has reportedly scored a freshly built home in Palm Beach Gardens for $2.5 million.

Located at 7703 Bold Lad Road in Steeplechase, the home was built on a 1.25-acre empty lot by Dara, Carol and Larry Ross.

The Rosses first purchased the property in 2007 for $530,000, and finished construction on the home in late 2014, according to Palm Beach County property records.

Details for the home are not yet public record, so its size or features remain unknown.

Michael and Andrew Leibowitz of Leibowitz Realty Group had the listing.

Serena and her sister Venus Williams own another Palm Beach Gardens manse at 313 Grand Key Terrace, and Serena owns a 2.4-acre lot in a Jupiter golfing community known as The Bear’s Club, the South Florida Business Journal reported. [South Florida Business Journal]Sean Stewart-Muniz

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