World-renowned golfer Phil Mickelson is taking another swing at the San Diego housing market, hoping to sell his Rancho Santa Fe estate for nearly $6 million.
The PGA pro has re-listed his 9,176-square foot mansion, built on 4.55 acres, for the sixth time, dropping the price down from his $6.95 million listing in 2013.
Mickelson, a World Golf Hall of Famer, and his wife first put the Tuscan-style property up for sale in 2008 after reportedly moving to a larger home nearby.
Replete two guest casitas, a pool and a three-hole putting green, the estate’s design incorporates walnut flooring, custom light fixtures, mosaic tiles and other customized features, according to Redfin.com.
The 5-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom house has a coffee and juice bar, a spa bath, an exercise room, seven — count them, seven — fireplaces and an executive office, which Mickelson undoubtedly used as a trophy room to hold his three Masters titles, PGA Championship and Open Championship awards.
The Mickelsons scooped up the lavish, private home in 2001, two years after it was built.
The LA Times reports Jordan Cohen of RE/MAX Olson and Associates Estate Brokerage and Linda Sansone of Linda Sansone & Associates co-listed the property.