Annika Sorenstam's house Orlando, Florida pictures, rare home facts

Celebrity Detective Steve

By Celebrity Detective Steve

Swedish-born pro golf legend Annika Sorenstam decided to take time off from the sport in late 2008 to focus more on family. In January of 2009 Annika married her 34-year-old business manager Jerry Michael McGee. McGee is also the son of former PGA Tour player Jerry McGee.

Two months after walking down the isle, the couple purchased a home in the Lake Nona golf club community located near Orlando, Florida for $7,000,000. Built in 1996, the home offers six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and a half, swimming pool, fire place, boat dock, and 9,237 square feet.

Annika Sorenstam's home in Orlando. Aerial picture.
Swedish-born pro golf legend Annika Sorenstam decided to take time off from the sport in late 2008 to focus more on family. In January of 2009 Annika married her 34-year-old business manager Jerry Michael McGee. McGee is also the son of former PGA Tour player Jerry McGee.

Two months after walking down the isle, the couple purchased a home in the Lake Nona golf club community located near Orlando, Florida for $7,000,000. Built in 1996, the home offers six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and a half, swimming pool, fire place, boat dock, and 9,237 square feet.

Annika Sorenstam's home in Orlando. Aerial picture



Aerial view of Annika Sorenstam's house in Orlando, Florida.

The Lake Nona development spans over 7,000 acres and offers the 600-acre private residential golf club community.

Aerial view of Annika Sorenstam's house in Orlando, Florida.

The Lake Nona development spans over 7,000 acres and offers the 600-acre private residential golf club community.

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