A disappointing year on the course for Rickie Fowler may be salvaged by a solid showing later this month at the Ryder Cup. Off the course, however, it would appear that the 27 year-old is doing just fine.
Gossip Extra reported earlier this week that Fowler has purchased a $14 million home in Jupiter, Fla., complete with a full par-3 hole on the property and various tees. Here are some more of the details from their report.
Rickie Fowler, who was named to the U.S. team in the upcoming Ryder Cup, is about to sign a check for $14 million for a fancy Jupiter home, Gossip Extra has learned exclusively.
As of today, we’re told Fowler has a contract to buy 5215 Pennock Point Road on Jupiter’s east side.
But the deal should be finalized before the end of the month, several sources are telling us.
While current owner and realtor Christian Demers wouldn’t confirm anything — “when you pull records, it says I’m the owner,” he said — the pending purchase has been the talk of the real estate world for days.
The property hasn’t been listed in a while but Demers has been marketing it privately to the really rich for several months.
Records show Demers bought at Pennock Point in December 2012 for $2.5 million. He leveled the existing, aging house and made it into a grandiose 11,000-square-foot palace with a dock and easy access to the ocean.
There’s even a full-fledged golf green on the 2.7 waterfront acres.
When you buy a house that has its own movie trailer, you’re doing it right.