PGA pro Rickie Fowler made out well in the sale of his Jupiter, Florida riverfront home, selling it for the $2.85 million asking. The reasonable listing price had the property under contract within a week. Fowler paid $1.6 million for it in 2010– a roughly 78% return on his investment over six years.
The 4-bed and 5-bath, 4,600 square foot house is located in a gated community on a one-half acre lot with 123 feet of frontage on the Loxahatchee River. The no-frills styling features formal dining room, large living room, and a modern kitchen that opens to the yard. Floridian riverviews abound. The master bedroom contains dark hardwood flooring. The exterior boasts a pool and deck, lawns, and some artful tropical landscaping, and there is a boat dock with twin lifts.
In September, it was reported that Fowler had purchased another home in Jupiter, this time an 11,624 square-foot affair on 2.5 Pennock Point acres for $12.55 million. That house features 5 bedrooms and 10 baths, six car garage, and an elevator to move residents from the first floor to the second. Most importantly, though, it features a putting green right in its own backyard.
Rickie Fowler, a 28-year old golf prodigy, was the worldwide number one amateur for an astounding 37 weeks in 2007 and 2008. In 2016, after taking the Abu Dhabi Championship, he was rated fourth in the Official World Golf Ranking.