Pro golfer Paula Creamer just listed her Windermere dream mansion


This is not your average six-bedroom, golf-side mega-mansion in the exclusive Isleworth neighborhood – it's the home of LPGA pro golfer Paula Creamer. Now her massive golfer's dream home can be yours, for a cool $6,350,000.

The 11,100 square-foot home sits next to the 15th hole of the Isleworth Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, perched high on its 0.6 acres overlooking Lake Butler and the chain of lakes. It has been completely renovated for everything a professional athlete demands, like a movie theater, enormous game room, fitness room and wine cellar. It even has a private office, independent electrical generator and personal elevator.

The main floor has a massive stone fireplace and the private master retreat, complete with its own separate sitting area and massive spa bath, and a one-of-a-kind closet fit for a pro. The kitchen has a large center island, separate prep sink, Wolf six-burner gas range, Sub-Zero refrigerator-freezer and even a built-in espresso machine. After eating a hearty meal, head out for a ride from the dock, located along 150 feet of lake frontage. It has "maintenance-free Trex decking" and separate boat and jet-ski lifts.

Creamer started on the LPGA Tour in 2005, racking up ten pro wins, including winning the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open. She was ranked as high as number two internationally. Her massive mansion, which she purchased for $5.25 in May 2018, showcases the spoils of victory, and will belong to a new champion soon.

The listing is held by Julie Christensen, who notes the "soaring two story windows" and second-floor balcony are "perfect for viewing the spectacular sunsets." Take a look inside!

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