In a noteworthy transaction, professional golfer Justin Thomas has successfully sold his Florida residence for an impressive $3.1 million. Thomas, renowned for his achievements in the PGA Championship, managed to sell his 5,500-square-foot mansion located at 5745 Pennock Point Road in Jupiter. Despite the sale price being $500,000 lower than the initial listing of $3.6 million, Thomas still profited handsomely, having purchased the property in 2016 for half the amount.
The listing for Thomas’ former home was handled by Johnny DelPrete, a former professional golfer associated with Douglas Elliman. On the buyers’ side, Morten and Elisabeth Wengler enlisted the representation of Kathryn Lomax from Compass.
Situated in the sought-after Pennock Point neighborhood, the luxurious mansion sits on an expansive 0.86-acre lot. Boasting four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms, the residence offers a spacious and elegant living environment. The primary suite features two walk-in closets and a bathroom equipped with two separate vanities. Notable upgrades include a 1,100-square-foot addition over the garage, along with a game room complete with a kitchen and bar area.
The outdoor space is equally impressive, featuring a pool, a comfortable living and dining area, a summer kitchen, a covered patio, and even an outdoor shower. Additionally, the property offers water-ramp access for convenient launching of jet skis and kayaks, adding to its appeal.
Justin Thomas, at the age of 30, has already achieved remarkable success in his career. With 15 tournament victories on the PGA tour, including two major championships, as well as a FedEx Cup Championship, Thomas has firmly established himself among the sport’s elite. In fact, he is one of only six golfers in PGA history to have achieved such accomplishments before reaching the age of 30.
While currently ranked 20th in the world, Thomas has also been actively involved in the real estate market in Jupiter. Last year, he purchased a property located at 19311 Riverside Drive for $13.5 million. The sellers of that property were local developers Gregory and Alejandra Delange.
The allure of South Florida extends beyond Justin Thomas, as many golfers have shown an affinity for the region. Notably, PGA legend Greg Norman and his wife Kiki sold their Jupiter Island estate in 2021 for a staggering $55 million and acquired a smaller mansion in Palm Beach Gardens for $15 million. Similarly, professional golfer Lee Westwood’s former mansion in Palm Beach Gardens was sold for $12.2 million in March 2021. In another high-profile sale, Steven Nicklaus, son of golf icon Jack Nicklaus, successfully sold his waterfront mansion for $6.2 million in December. Additionally, pro golfer Charl Schwartzel sold his golf course-adjacent mansion for $9 million to the managing director of Stone Point Capital, a private equity firm.
The transaction involving Justin Thomas’ Florida home not only highlights his business acumen but also underscores the allure of the region for both golf enthusiasts and luxury homeowners. With a successful sale under his belt, Thomas continues to make his mark in both the sporting and real estate arenas.
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