Golfer Raymond Floyd—who has won four majors, three senior majors, and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989—has sold his Southampton compound on Captain’s Neck Lane for $16 million.
The 3-acre property was originally listed for $25 million when it came on the market in August of 2017, but eventually received several price cuts and was most recently asking $17.5 million. Both the main house and the guest house were offered together and as separate listings, but the entire compound went into contract earlier this year in July.
The final sales price was $9 million under—or 64 percent of—the original asking price.
Mulligan, the shingled main house, offers covered porches, a front entry foyer, a fireplace in the living room, a butler’s pantry attached to the chef’s kitchen, and an attached two-car garage. Meanwhile, the four-bedroom guest house has an open floorplan and a finished lower level. Between the two homes, there’s 14,000 square feet of living space.
Outside, the new owner will enjoy a heated gunite pool, a Har-Tru tennis court, gardens, and exterior living space.
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