PGA star Justin Thomas lists Jupiter home for $3.6M
Winner of two PGA Championships looking to sell for twice what he purchased it for
PGA star Justin Thomas is taking a big swing in the Florida real estate market.
The winner of two PGA Championships has listed his 5,500-square-foot mansion at 5745 Pennock Point Road in Jupiter for $3.65 million, twice what he purchased it for in 2016, according to a press release.
Former professional golfer Johnny DelPrete of Douglas Elliman has the listing.
The home — which has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-bathrooms — sits on 0.86 acres in the Pennock Point neighborhood.
The primary suite has two walk-in closets as well as two separate vanities in the bathroom, according to the release. Upgrades include a 1,100-square foot addition over the garage. A game room comes with a kitchen and bar area, as well as
The grounds include a pool, a living and dining area, a summer kitchen, covered patio, outdoor shower as well as water-ramp access to launch jet skis and kayaks, among other things.
Thomas, 29, has won 15 tournaments on the PGA tour as well as a FedEx Cup Championship. He is one of only six golfers in PGA history to have won 15 tournaments and two majors before his 30th birthday, according to the release.
A former No. 1-ranked golfer in the world, he’s currently ranked 15th.
Thomas has been active in the Jupiter real estate market. In November 2022, he bought the house at 19311 Riverside Drive for $13.5 million from local spec developers Gregory and Alejandra Delange.
South Florida is a popular locale for golfers. PGA tour great Greg Norman and his wife Kiki sold his Jupiter Island estate in 2021 for $55 million, and purchased a smaller mansion for $15 million in Palm Beach Gardens.
In March 2021, the former mansion of pro golfer Lee Westwood at 12235 Tillinghast Circle in Palm Beach Gardens sold for $12.2 million.
In December, Jack Nicklaus’ son, Steven Nicklaus sold his waterfront mansion after listing it in 2020 for $6.2 million, and in June pro golfer Charl Schwartzel sold his golf course adjacent mansion for $9 million to the managing director of private equity firm Stone Point Capital.
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