When Tiger Woods’ Corona Del Mar condo hit the market this April, blogs and newspapers hurriedly jumped on the fact that this home was one of the reported locations for Woods’ infamous affairs.
One of his former mistresses told TMZ that she spent quite a bit of time there, but according to the Orange County Register, neighbors also saw quite a bit of Woods’ ex-wife and two children there as well.
In the end, it didn’t matter who spent the most time at the oceanside condo, because now it’s just one more thing that Woods is leaving behind as he tries to reinvent his image.
The pro golfer listed the property at 2616 Ocean Blvd, Corona Del Mar, Calif., 92625 for about half a million less than he purchased it for in 2004. After a few months on the market and a price cut at the end of June, property records show that the home has sold for $2,213,875.
The 3-bedroom, 3-bath home occupies 2,000 square feet opposite the beach with views of Catalina Island. High ceilings, large patio and balcony areas, surround sound and a gourmet kitchen are notable features.
Woods’ main residence is another oceanside property — but on the other coast. The Jupiter Island, Fla., custom estate includes a full golf course.
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