Elin Nordegren Flies Swedish Flag From New Mansion
Elin Nordegren isn’t finished building her new mansion in Palm Beach but she already has a Swedish flag flying from the roof.
New photos of the 21,000 square foot mansion were published this week. The photos show the makings of a hope that will feature an Olympic-sized pool, a spa, a gym and a wine room. The mansion will also include a 1,200 square foot master bedroom, koi ponds, a movie theater and of course, a nod to Nordegren’s Swedish heritage.
Nordegren reportedly received more than $100 million after her divorce from Tiger Woods and is using some of the money to build her dream home. The pro golfer’s ex wife used $12.2 million to purchase an estate in North Palm Beach last year. But Nordegren didn’t buy the estate because she liked the home. She just liked the view.
Nordegren had the house demolished and is now building her own mansion on the property.
The Daily Mail reports that the location of Nordegren’s new mansion offers “sweeping views of the Atlantic” but it also gives the model a short commute to Rollins College where she is studying psychology.
Elin is also relatively close to her ex-husband. Tiger Woods owns a home in Jupiter which is about 30 miles away.
Here’s a photo of Elin Nordegren’s new mansion, complete with Swedish flash. (You can see more photos at the Daily Mail.)
Elin Nordegren still has to wait a little while for her mansion to be finished. In the mean time, the model has been vacationing in Miami where she’s reportedly trying very hard to get people to recognize her.