PGA golfer Justin Leonard drops $9 million on cozy Aspen retreat
Former British Open champion Justin Leonard, who recently sold his stone-clad in the Dallas suburbs for $13.8 million, has paid $9 million for a home in Aspen, Colo., property records show.
Sited on a corner lot, the house was built in 1994 and has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in 5,500 square feet of living space. Two floors of living take in sprawling mountain views.
Among features is a formal entry with a sweeping staircase, a media room with a wet bar and French doors that open to an outdoor dining area and fire pit.
An open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen with a large center island highlight the main level. On the second floor, the master suite sports a fireplace, a sitting area and a private balcony, while a covered patio sits adjacent to the office.
Elsewhere on the grounds is an outdoor hot tub area and two-car garage.
The house came on the market in July for $9.45 million, records show. The sale, first reported by the Aspen Times, closed in late October.
Craig Morris, co-owner of Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty, was the listing agent.
Leonard, 43, has 12 PGA Tour victories since turning pro in 1994, including the British Open at Scotland’s Royal Troon in 1997. He has earned more than $33 million on tour for his career.
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