Tiger Woods is trying to find a buyer for the Swedish island he once owned with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
The listing at Vladi Private Islands describes it as a:
Unique, exclusive private island with total privacy. A private harbour, untouched woods, beautiful lush parks, open fields, striking lake views and a tastefully designed main residence, a mini-mansion.
The Local reports that it went on sale some time last year, but there’s been little interest in the “undisclosed sum” Woods is asking for the private getaway.
The 25ha island is in Lake Mälaren, about an hour out of Stockholm.
Dock your boat in the 50m quay.
Note: You get the boat as well. Lake Mälaren has over 1000 islands to sail around.
You get two other small islands nearby and a water area of 207 hectares.
The new villa is a 230 square metre cabin made from wood taken from the island itself.
You also get a hunting lodge and wine cellar.
There’s certainly a lot of wood in here.
Apparently the water in Lake Mälaren reaches 26C in summer. That’s surprisingly warm.
There’s a strip for landing a small airplane, or helicopter.
And reportedly an 11th Century Viking stronghold atop a 30m rocky rise on the island.
Here’s the “unstructured golfing”, which we think consists of one hole with six different tee beds.
All in all, it’s looks perfectly peaceful. Vladi’s listing says there’s a “variety of wildlife” on the island, including beaver and elk.
If you’re keen, get in touch with them here.
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