Truth & Rumors: Photos published of Elin Nordegren's waterfront Florida mansion
Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren at the welcoming dinner for the 2006 Ryder Cup. (David Cannon/Getty Images) Elin Nordegren's 21,000-square-foot home is still under construction, but the Swedish flag is already flying from her roof, according to a Daily Mail staff report. Aerial photos of the mansion were published Sunday on dailymail.co.uk.
The house will include an Olympic-sized
pool, spa, gym, wine room, and 1,200-square-foot master suite, according to the article. Nordegren, a former model who divorced Tiger Woods in 2010, is studying psychology at nearby Rollins
College, according to the report.
Nordegren purchased and then demolished a $12.2 million dollar estate in North Palm Beach to make room for the new house, which is just 30 miles from Woods' Jupiter estate.
She had bought a 1932 built house for $12.2 million - but promptly knocked the property down.
The former nanny was criticized for destroying the property but she insisted it would have taken too much work to restore the home which was not hurricane proof and infested with bugs.