Tiger Woods's $38 Million Tear Down
Nearly two years ago we first learned of the $38 million home Tiger Woods bought on Jupiter Island in Florida. Now Tiger has torn down his 13-year-old mansion to create a new and more grand home. Tiger's architects have created a 10,000-square-foot two-story home with a glass elevator, a wine cellar, home theater and a games area. Tiger also bulldozed three other large houses, two swimming pools, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts and a mini-golf course on the property. These will be replaced by a boat house, golf training studio, three-car garage and guest house. There will also be a tennis court, gym, pool, lap lane and a small golf course and a pair of boat docks where Tiger can dock his 155-foot yacht, Privacy. The redevelopment is expected to cost in the $15-$20 million range. The home should be ready for Tiger, his wife Elin and their baby daughter Sam in 18 months. Meanwhile the family can enjoy their other homes, they have another one in Orlando, Florida as well as in California, Wyoming and Sweden.