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Golfer Raymond Floyd finds a buyer for his Southampton estate

The property came on the market for almost $25M last summer

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

Last summer, golfer Raymond Floyd put his 3.25-acre Southampton compound on the market for a confident $24,995,000. After a few price cuts and deciding to offer the compound as two separate listings, the entire estate has found a buyer under its most recent $17.5 million asking price.

Floyd has won four majors and three senior majors over the course of his career. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989, three years after winning the U.S. Open in 1986 at the local Shinnecock Hills Golf Course.

Built in 1999, the south-of-the-highway Captains Neck Lane estate has 14,000 square feet of living space between the shingle style main house and the separate guest house. Between the two homes, there’s a heated gunite pool, Har-Tru tennis court, gardens, covered porches, decks, and patios.

Affectionately known as “Mulligan,” the main house features an entry foyer, an outdoor living room, a back deck with a retractable awning, a butler’s pantry off the kitchen, and an attached two-car garage. The master suite hosts a private deck, fireplace, and ensuite bathroom, while a finished lower level include a gym, wine cellar, and laundry facility.

The four-bedroom guest house boasts an open floorplan and finished lower level.

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