Golfer Greg Norman scores $5.6M on Boca property

Norman paid $7M for the property in December 2006

Jun.June 12, 2015 04:30 PM

The Great White Shark, golfer Greg Norman, took a loss on a Boca Raton lot he bought in 2006 with one small change: the 10,597-square-foot mansion was removed.

The Australian golfer and Jupiter resident sold the 7.49-acre property for $5.6 million, the Sun Sentinel reported. He purchased it from developer Peter Wolofsky in December 2006 for $7 million, according to Palm Beach County property records.

In July of last year, Norman obtained a $15 million loan to complete the home.

Elena Temkina is the buyer of 6017 Le Lac Road. Norman took back a $2 million mortgage for the new buyers, Elena and Roman Temkina, records show. Listings show potential plans for the site, as an empty lot or as an eight-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot home.

Jack Schneider of Palm Beach Luxury Homes was the listing agent. Mariana Shulga of Mariana Shulga LLC represented Temkina. [Sun Sentinel] — Katherine Kallergis

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