Masters-winning golfer Johnson buys Jupiter mansion for $14M (Photos)

Masters-winning golfer Johnson buys Jupiter mansion for $14M (Photos)

Two-time Majors champion golfer Dustin H. Johnson paid $14 million for a waterfront mansion in the Admiral’s Cove neighborhood of Jupiter.

Marcia and William Ulm of Watkinsville, Georgia sold the 10,134-square-foot mansion at 389 Eagle Drive. The price equated to $1,381 per square foot. Marcia Ulm is the founder and president of MLU Services, which provides disaster preparedness, response and recovery services, as well as logistics services.

The couple acquired the home for $12.65 million in May, so they flipped it for a nice gain after nearly six months.

Jane Letsche with Waterfront Properties & Club Communities represented the sellers in the deal, while Rob Thomson , also from Waterfront Properties, worked with the buyer.

Thomson said Johnson loves Admiral’s Cove because of all the amenities it has for his kids, the 45 holes of golf and the great security.

“It has all the right amenities for a guy who is into golf,” Thomson said. “The Admiral’s Cove market is on fire in a huge way. I’ve been doing business there for 34 years and I’ve never seen demand remotely close to what it is today.”

The home was built on the 0.56-acre site along a canal leading to the Intracoastal Waterway in 1999. The home features five bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a balcony, an office, a wet bar, a fitness room, a pool, a fire pit, a summer kitchen with a pizza oven, a full home generator, and a dock.

This deal keeps Johnson in northern Palm Beach County after he sold a home in Palm Beach Gardens for $16.5 million in April.

A native of South Carolina, Johnson has 27 professional wins, including the 2020 Masters and the 2016 U.S. Open. He’s currently ranked No. 1 on the PGA Tour.

According to ESPN, Johnson ranks No. 3 on the all-time money list with career winnings of $72.6 million.

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