Elin Nordegren is making a big move.
The Swedish model and ex-wife of Tiger Woods has put her 23,000-square-foot estate in North Palm Beach, Fla. on the market, E! News confirms. She listed the stunning mansion, which boasts 11 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms, for $49.5 million.
Overlooking the ocean and nestled on 1.4 gated acres, Nordegren's home was built in the style of the British West Indies and features plenty of state-of-the-art amenities. Retractable glass walls enclose the first floor's main living area, which includes a massive kitchen that leads into an alfresco dining room and family room, as well as a more formal dining and living space.
As residents make their way up the stairs, a three-story Swarovski crystal chandelier hangs from ceiling to floor.
The master suite alone has not one, but three, fireplaces, two separate baths, a walk-in closet and a balcony overlooking the Atlantic. Not to mention the home's rooftop terrace, which offers breathtaking views of the beach.
A swimming pool complete with a waterslide and spa, lounge areas with fire pits, a basketball court and putting green make up the estate's lush backyard. Out-of-town guests are also guaranteed privacy thanks to two, two-bedroom "apartments" on the property.
Other perks include a temperature-controlled wine cellar, movie theater, fitness center, catering kitchen and four-car garage.
Nordegren and Woods were married for six years between 2004-2010 and share two children together. She's maintained a low-profile since their contentious split, but was spotted kissing her billionaire beau, Chris Cline, in 2016.
A rep for the 38-year-old told the Wall Street Journal is no longer modeling and looks forward to receiving her master's degree in psychology in May.
So... any takers?