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Found January 26, 2013 on NESN.com:

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Elin Nordegren is making her presence known in South Florida with a new, $12 million ocean-view mansion.

About a year ago, Nordegren, with the help of Tiger Woods’ money clip, purchased the 17,000-square-foot mansion for $12.2 million. After an infestation of termites in the enormous household, she decided to knock it down to create a 21,000-square-foot masterpiece on the North Palm Beach waterfront.

Nordegren’s new home is three stories tall and has a concrete foundation for hurricane protection.

While Woods is off on his own enjoying the PGA life, it seems as though the Sweden native is pleased with the aftermath of the divorce. She panned out pretty well, it appears.

Click here to see Nordegren's North Palm Beach pad

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4 Comments:
  • A big thank you to New England Sports Network for letting me know that Elin and her kids will have to shoehorn themselves into their 21K digs. Bet that warmed the hearts of the homeless.
  • like 90% of the women she traded her body fur a lot of money it's a different world today when I was a young boy we used to joke (if women only knew what they were setting on) they sure do today and a charge a lot for it
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