PGA golfer Dustin Johnson gets $3.8 million for waterfront home in Florida
Professional golfer Dustin Johnson, who in September bought a house with a private island in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., has sold another waterfront property in North Palm Beach for $3.825 million.
Built in 2013, the single-story home in a gated community fronts the Intracoastal Waterway on more than half an acre with a covered loggia and a swimming pool and spa. Private dockage can accommodate a yacht of up to 80 feet.
Interior features include a formal entry, a chef’s kitchen with two islands and an office with a 1,000-bottle wine cellar. Dark wood floors, vaulted ceilings and detailed wainscoting lend a clean look to the nearly 4,500 square feet of interiors.
A remodeled master suite has a marble-lined bathroom, a raised soaking tub and a steam shower for a total of four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
Sliding glass doors open to the newly added loggia, which has a dining area, an outdoor kitchen and a wet bar. A pair of separate garages can accommodate as many as four cars.
Johnson, who has earned more than $30 million for his career, bought the house a year ago for $3.355 million.
Jeremy Browne of Hughes Realty Group was the listing agent. Courtney Smitheman of Crane Reed Properties repped the buyer.
Johnson, 31, had 11 top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour last year, including a win at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March.
He is engaged to Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey great Wayne Gretzky.
As for his new $4.95-million house, the waterfront home features three ocean-view balconies, a covered patio and a swimming pool with a grotto and waterfall. An insulated wine room, a family room with a custom bar, five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms are within nearly 8,200 square feet of space.
A wood-plank walkway crosses over a small islet to a dock and palapa-topped bar to complete the resort-style setting.
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