Buying the home of an LPGA star probably won’t improve your golf game, but it will give you direct access to the 15th hole of a fabulous golf course in Windermere, FL.
LPGA golfer Paula Creamer is selling her 11,100-square-foot home in the luxurious Isleworth neighborhood for $6.35 million. The mansion has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and three half-baths.
Creamer won the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open and at one point was as high as No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking. She started on the LPGA tour in 2005 and has won 10 LPGA events.
Public records say Creamer bought the home in May 2018 for $5.25 million. It sits on the famed Isleworth Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer and enhanced by Steve Smyers.
The home is unique for the area because it has the Isleworth Golf Course in the front yard and 150 feet of frontage on Lake Butler—part of the Butler Chain of Lakes—in the backyard. In addition to a pool, the home has a boat dock and a lift.
Built in 2004, the home has been recently renovated. The three-story house has two-story windows in the main room, which provide stunning views of the outdoor area and Florida sunsets.
The chef’s kitchen has a large center island, prep sink, built-in espresso maker, Wolf range, and Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer.
The home is also equipped with a generator and elevator.
The master suite is on the main floor and has a large closet and bathroom. The remaining bedrooms are on the other floors.
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