Justin Thomas sold his home for more than he paid for it, with great success.
The PGA star and two-time PGA Championship winner sold his 5,500-square-foot mansion at 5745 Pennock Point Road in Jupiter for $3.1 million, $500,000 below his listing price — $3.6 million, yes Twice the price of his 2016 purchase. – in May.
Former professional golfer Johnny DelPrete of Douglas Elliman was among them. The buyers were Morten and Elisabeth Wengler, represented by Kathryn Lomax of Compass.
The home is located on 0.86 acres in the Pennock Point community and has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two and a half bathrooms.
The master suite features two walk-in closets as well as two separate vanities in the bathroom, according to the release. Upgrades include adding 1,100 square feet of space over the garage. Game room with kitchen and bar area.
The grounds include a swimming pool, a living and dining area, a summer kitchen, covered patio, outdoor shower, and water ramps for launching jet skis and kayaks, among other things.
Thomas, 30, has won 15 PGA Tour events and the FedEx Cup.
He is one of only six golfers in PGA history to win 15 championships and two majors
This year marks his 30th birthday, according to a press release.
He was once the number one golfer in the world and is currently ranked 20th.
Thomas has been active in the Jupiter real estate market. In November 2022, he purchased the home at 19311 Riverside Drive for $13.5 million from local-spec developers Gregory and Alejandra Delange.
South Florida is a popular place for golfers. PGA Tour superstar Greg Norman and his wife Kiki sell his Jupiter Island estate in 2021 for $55 million and Palm Beach for $15 million Gardens purchased a smaller mansion.
In March 2021, pro golfer Lee Westwood’s former home at 12235 Tillinghast Circle in Palm Beach Gardens sold for $12.2 million.
In December, Jack Nicklaus’ son Steven Nicklaus put his waterfront mansion up for sale after selling it in 2020 for $6.2 million. In June, professional golfer Charl Schwartzel sold his mansion adjoining a golf course to the managing director of private equity firm Stone Point Capital for $9 million. .