Retired professional golfer Greg Norman and his wife, Kiki, have found a buyer for their massive $60 million South Florida compound only two weeks after it was listed for sale.
Known as the Great White Shark of pro golf, Norman re-listed the Jupiter Island beach abode after 14 years of reconstruction.
The estate reportedly sold to the family of billionaire Leslie Wexner — the founder and former CEO of L Brands — according to the Real Deal. But the offer remains contingent.
The Wexners made the purchase on Feb. 9, the listing shows.
The Normans put their massive 32,000-square-foot property on sale on Jan. 27. The Florida estate was first listed back in 2007 for $65 million before it was rebuilt.
The properties sit on an 8.31-acre lot and are made up of eight houses in total — the main house, a coach house, a pool house, a tennis house, a boat house, a carriage house and a beach house — plus a 5,000-square-foot basement.
“My wife and I feel it is time to move on after 30 years here,” Norman told the Miami Herald. “COVID-19 and the whole pandemic experience, with social distancing and being isolated from our families — most of whom live overseas — this past year has made us realize how short life truly is and has caused us to re-evaluate how and where we want to spend the rest of our lives.”