Lindsey Vonn buys waterfront Miami Beach house

Vonn and her boyfriend are listing their Normandy Shores home for $5.3M

Lindsey Vonn’s Boyfriend Diego Osorio Buys Miami Beach House

Lindsey Vonn and Diego Osorio with 3605 Flamingo Drive in Miami Beach (Getty, Luxuri International Real Estate)

Retired Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn has a new home in Miami Beach. 

Vonn paid $10.5 million for the waterfront property at 3605 Flamingo Drive, sources told The Real Deal

The 6,200-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bathroom house sits on a half-acre lot with about 100 feet of frontage along the Intracoastal Waterway. 

Sharon Beck, a real estate agent with Luxuri International Real Estate, represented the seller, Jonathan Campau. Campau is founder of that brokerage firm, which is led locally by broker Larry Shinbaum. Beck declined to comment.

Luxuri International Real Estate's Sharon Beck (Luxuri International Real Estate)
Luxuri International Real Estate’s Sharon Beck (Luxuri International Real Estate)

Bill Hernandez and Bryan Sereny of Douglas Elliman’s Bill and Bryan Team represented the buyer. Hernandez declined to comment.

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Vonn, an Olympic and World Cup champion Alpine ski racer, and her boyfriend, Diego Osorio, are looking to sell their waterfront Normandy Shores home at 970 South Shore Drive in Miami Beach, according to property records and the listing. It’s on the market with Hernandez and Sereny for $5.3 million. Vonn and Osorio paid $4.4 million for the 3,000-square-foot house last year. Osorio is an actor and founder of Lobos 1707 Tequila.

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Campau, who used the Flamingo Drive property as a vacation home, sold it because he is focusing on expanding his firm in Aspen, according to a source. Campau paid $10.2 million for the house a year ago. Beck was also involved in that off-market sale. 

Similar to other waterfront neighborhoods across South Florida, Flamingo Drive has experienced a jump in price appreciation over the past few years. This summer, top Miami Beach broker Oren Alexander and his brothers sold their waterfront Flamingo Drive mansion for $27.5 million.

In April, Related Group executive Steve Patterson sold his waterfront house at 2901 Flamingo Drive for $14.8 million. At the beginning of the year, spec developer Todd Glaser sold his longtime home at 3681 Flamingo Drive for $11.8 million, after he and his family moved to Palm Beach.