Elin Nordegren's New Home: $12.2 Million Florida Mansion

Elin Nordegren's New Multi-Million-Dollar Manse

Elin Nordegren has plunked down $12.2 million of her $110 million settlement for a 17,178-square-foot beach-front property in North Palm Beach, just 10 miles from Tiger's new pad in Jupiter, Fla.

According to Palm Beach County records, Nordegren bought the two-story mansion--which boasts eight bathrooms and a 4,700-square-foot basement--in February through one of her divorce lawyers, Dennis Belcher.

In October, the Swedish former model toured a $5 million penthouse apartment in Jupiter Island, where Tiger Woods' new home is being built.

Last week, Woods announced that he'd be moving into his 12-acre $50-million bachelor pad soon, which includes a 6,400-square-foot gym/media room/bar, an elevator, a reflecting pond, a lap pool, and a 3.5 acre practice facility.

"[The practice facility] features four greens, six bunkers with different depths and kinds of sand, a video center and a putting studio," Woods wrote on his blog last week. "It's also set up so I can hit shots out of my second-story studio."

The former couple, who finalized their split in August 2010, agreed to live near each other for the sake of their children, Sam and Charlie.

Click here for photos of Nordegren's new home.

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