Professional golfer Phil Mickelson, winner of the 2005 PGA Championship, sold his Rancho Santa Fe estate on Monday for $5.725 million, public records show.
Mickelson and his wife Amy sold the 4.55 acre property for about $225,000 less than what they paid for it in 2001. The Mickelsons had previously listed the property several times, asking as much as $12.2 million in 2008. It was most recently listed in November for $5.99 million.
The property includes a single-story, 9,176 square-foot home, built in 2001. It has five bedrooms and six and one-half bathrooms. The Italian-style estate has pepper and olive trees, and a pool with blue tiles. It also has a three-hole putting green. Inside, the home features walnut flooring, Albertini doors and windows, and hand cut and laid mosaic tiles. The master suite boasts an exercise room, and a coffee and juice bar.
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