PGA golfer Phil Mickelson prices Rancho Santa Fe estate at $6 million
Professional golfer Phil Mickelson and his wife, Amy, have listed their estate in Rancho Santa Fe for sale for about $6 million.
The compound, with sweeping vista views, includes a Tuscan-style residence of about 9,200 square feet, two guesthouses, a pool and a three-hole putting green on nearly 5 acres inside the Covenant.
Built in 2001, the one-story home sports a collection of Old World details including mosaics, hand-carved stone fireplaces, leaded glass windows and trussed beams. Among features are a chef’s kitchen, an exercise room, a sauna and a safe room. A library/office has walnut built-ins, flooring and an elaborate coffered ceiling.
The master suite, one of five bedrooms and six full bathrooms, comes outfitted with his and hers dressing rooms, a detailed steam shower and a coffee/juice bar. The detached guest casitas add two additional en-suites.
Through rows of French doors, interiors open to an entertainer’s courtyard with a covered loggia, outdoor kitchen and a fireplace, set off by citrus trees and expanses of lawn. Elsewhere, there is a four-car garage and a detached one-car garage.
The Arizona State alum notched his fifth major last year, coming from five strokes back to win the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield. His career earnings on tour top $81 million.
The property last sold in 1999 for $1.15 million, public records show. Jordan Cohen of RE/MAX Olson and Associates Estate Brokerage and Linda Sansone of Linda Sansone & Associates co-listed the property.
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