The home is a haven for big-game hunters, with taxidermy and deer skull antlers mounted on walls all throughout the home—in the main high-ceilinged living room, in the formal dining room, and even in the bedrooms and bathrooms. Many of the lighting fixtures and chandeliers are also made up of antlers. In addition to the impressive main lodge, the estate also includes a number of cabins and a saloon/dance hall perfect for entertaining. A large lake and a two-mile trout-filled river also run through the grounds. Earlier this year, Norman and his wife, Kiki, sold their longtime Florida compound, which the golf great custom-built on exclusive Jupiter Island, just two weeks after listing it. The property includes eight houses—a main house, a coach house, a tennis house, a pool house, a boat house, a carriage house, and a beach house—and a 5,000-square-foot basement. It sold for $60 million. At the time, Norman told the Miami Herald that the ongoing pandemic had been a direct impetus for him and Kiki to consider a move home. “[T]his past year has made me realize how short life truly is and has caused us to reevaluate how and where we want to spend the rest of our lives,” he said. Presently, the couple are looking to buy a new home in Australia, though Norman hasn’t specified where exactly they are looking.
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