Westwood puts $11m mansion up for sale

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LEE WESTWOOD

Having decided that he’ll be playing the majority of his golf on the European Tour this year, Lee Westwood has put his Florida mansion up for sale. And it’s simply stunning.


Situated in the luxurious Palm Beach Gardens, the property has been listed for £5,000 shy of $11m and if you have a look at the pictures below, you’ll certainly be able to see why.

The 23-time European Tour winner split with his wife Laurae in the summer and he stated in October that he’d be moving back to the UK to be closer to his children.

The house is located in the Old Palm Golf Club community, where ‘four gracious and distinct neighborhoods, each offering new homes and their own special characteristics, are built and designed to the most exacting standards’.

Westwood’s house was built in 2013 and is 9,509 sq ft with six bedrooms and eight-and-a half-bathrooms. See more photos of the mansion here.

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