For pro golfer Brad Faxon, selling his mansion in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, is a family affair. His wife, Dory, is the real estate agent representing the property, which sits on a quarter-acre lot in the Old Palm Golf Club community. The asking price for the elegant estate right down the street from PGA Boulevard: $2.6 million.
Built in 2015, the five-bedroom, five-bath home features a master bath with double vanities, a white kitchen with center island, a family room with built-ins and pool view, and a wine room that holds hundreds of bottles. Outdoors, there’s a saltwater pool, an entertainment area with gas fireplace, and a built-in kitchen.
The Old Palm Golf Club, which was founded in 2004, is a golf community known for its Raymond Floyd–designed championship course. Palm Beach Gardens is just northwest of its more famous (and ritzier) neighbor, Palm Beach.
Faxon, who has won eight times on the PGA Tour and played on two Ryder Cup teams, is known as one of the best pure putters in golf history.
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