Greg Norman’s ex-wife sells Palm Beach home for $24M

Buying entity linked to Gotham Organization President David Picket

Greg Norman’s Ex-Wife Sells Palm Beach Home
Laura Andrassy and Gotham Organization's David Picket on Dunbar Road (Google Maps, Gotham, Getty)

Greg Norman’s ex-wife Laura Andrassy may need a caddy to carry her bag after selling her Palm Beach home for $24.3 million.

Records show Andrassy sold the house on Dunbar Road to HousePoor LLC, a Delaware entity registered to the Larchmont, New York address of David L. Picket. Picket is the president of the New York-based developer Gotham Organization, one of the Big Apple’s oldest development firms. 

Andrassy is the first wife of PGA tour champ Greg Norman, who is now the CEO and chairman of the Saudi-backed LIV Golf league. The couple were married from 1987 to 2001. 

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Their daughter, Morgan Dillavou of Florida Living Realty, and daughter-in-law, Michelle Thomson of Coldwell Banker Realty, represented both the buyer and seller in the transaction.

Andrassy bought the Dunbar Road property for $3.3 million in 2010, records show. She completed the 5,900-square-foot house in 2016. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two half-bathrooms and a pool, the listing shows. 

Andrassy listed the home for $35 million in April, Redfin shows. The closing price falls $10.7 million below the initial asking price. The deed links her to the April purchase of a waterfront Jupiter home for $9.5 million. 

Andrassy’s latest deal closed just as Palm Beach is kicking off its busy winter season, when seasonal residents return and many of them house hunt. Despite a post-pandemic slowdown in the market, sales are still closing and pricing remains strong, agents say.

Last month, Benjamin and Andrea Griswold bought a non-waterfront home on the island for $8.8 million. Also last month, Ross Meltzer, son of late Long Island real estate developer Irving Meltzer, sold his island house for $9.2 million. Canadian financier Adrian Tauro sold his home for $7.1 million in an off-market deal in November as well.