The golf legend Greg Norman is swinging for a sale of his longtime estate on the exclusive Jupiter Island.
He and his wife, the hospitality design expert Kirsten “Kiki” Norman, who have owned the property for about three decades, have decided to hoist the home onto the market for a hefty $59.9 million.
The expansive space on Jupiter Island in Hobe Sound has been completely rebuilt, and includes a main house, poolhouse, and beach house, with extensive updates to all the other elements of the estate.
Jill Hertzberg, of Coldwell Banker Realty’s The Jills Zeder Group, and Michelle Thomson, of Coldwell Banker Realty’s Thomson Team, are representing the sellers.
Known as Tranquility, the spread covers a total of almost 32,000 square feet, and extends from the ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway.
The main house exudes a modern, tropical feel, with yacht-inspired details, and includes dockage that can handle a 150-foot yacht. The couple bought the home in 1991 for just under $5 million.
Norman placed the original home on the market in 2007 and attempted to sell it for nearly a decade. In 2016, the couple eventually decided to renovate and expand it instead.
They are now ready to have another go at selling the trophy property.
“Greg and Kiki Norman feel it is time to move on, after 30 years of enjoying this beautiful home,” Hertzberg says.
The next owner will enjoy a true tropical paradise.
“Having grown up on the beach in the tropics of Australia, my search for the perfect property in America allowing me to incorporate all my needs—from privacy, security, a dock for my boats, and direct access to the beach and ocean—was fulfilled when I was blessed enough to come across ‘Tranquility’ in 1991,” Greg Norman announced in a press statement.
“It is a blend of everything I love in life and about life. The new build of our main house under the passionate and professional eye of my wife, Kiki, only elevated the entire property to another level.”
Kiki Norman adds that her design direction was all about catering to a “barefoot elegance” lifestyle.
She said in a statement, “My vision was to create a sanctuary―a place that felt like we are on a permanent holiday; and a gathering place for friends and family. The basis of my design was an open floor plan, maximizing light and coastal views from every aspect.”
Set on 8.31 acres, and built for entertaining and welcoming visitors, the living space incorporates 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and six half-bathrooms. The waterfront grounds include 172 feet of ocean frontage and 370 feet of waterfront on the Intracoastal Waterway.
“This estate is a true peaceful escape,” says Hertzberg. “The property not only offers all of the amenities of a high-end resort in just one place, but it also provides the right amount of privacy and space.
“Additionally, it is very rare to find a property that spans from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal, offering panoramic water views, as well as both Intracoastal and ocean access to boat lovers.”
The main house, a completely new structure built by the Normans, is filled with lavish amenities, such as a 1,900-bottle wine cellar, a space for entertaining, a bar, catering quarters, and a movie theater.