Serena Williams is looking to sell a 2.5-acre lot in the swanky Bear’s Club golf course in Jupiter, Florida, for $6.5 million.
Ms. Williams, 36, bought the land from the golf club’s developers in 2013 for $4.125 million, according to property records, presumably to build a vacation home. But over the past four years the land has remained empty, and she put the property up for sale on Thursday.
It’s the second listing the tennis star has served up in a month. She also put her six-bedroom Los Angeles mansion on the market for nearly $12 million at the end of October. (Also in October, Ms. Williams bought a new L.A. home for $6.68 million.)
Jack Nicklaus designed the 400-acre golf club in 1999, and it’s since become a hub for elite athletes, including basketball legend Michael Jordan, who owns a three-acre estate there, according to property records.
Ms. Williams’s lot is a large, private parcel set back from Bears Club Drive, according to the listing with Michael Leibowitz of Leibowitz Realty Group. He did not immediately return a request for comment.
Her golf club parcel is one of at least three properties Ms. Williams has in Palm Beach County. She has two homes in the city of Palm Beach Gardens, the smaller of which she co-owns with her sister, Venus.
Ms. Williams holds the most Grand Slam titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles tournaments combined among any active tennis players. She’s taking a break from competing following the birth of her daughter in September.
A publicist for Ms. Williams did not immediately return request for comment.
The Los Angeles Times first reported the listing.
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