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Golf Capital, Florida, rightfully inhabits one of the legendary golfers, Tiger Woods who happens to live in golf hot spot – Jupiter Island. It is a home to many celebrities and athletes, offering an ocean view, and making it a perfect space for them to come home and relax.

And now, Woods has a new neighbor-joining him at the famous Palm Beach County. A football head coach has paid $17.5 Million to live next to the golf legend. The famous line by poet Robert Frost, “Good fences make good neighbors,” sits well in this scenario because the two athletes are very different people from entirely different sports. But the fences between them, will hopefully not be a barrier to ther relationship as neighbors.

Tiger Woods lives in  golfer’s paradise

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Nick Saban has led Alabama Crimson Tides to six national championships and has been a head coach, practicing one of the best leadership tenures since 2007. He reportedly purchased a home worth $17.5 Million at a stunning beachfront location and is ready to vacation.

Jupiter Island is home to many golfers and is known as a golfer’s paradise due to its stunning golf courses. Nick’s mansion is approximately 6200 square feet and includes six bedrooms and five bathrooms. Every room in the house has ceiling to floor-length windows looking at the water. And one can easily work in the office, or workout in the gym, overlooking the palm trees.

In the pictures provided by Front Office Sports on its Instagram handle, one can see the luxurious setting that Saban’s new mansion offers. It sits right on the Atlantic ocean, making it a perfect fit for hosting and relaxing. The property leads down to 150 feet of ocean frontage, and 150 feet of intercostal frontage, which has 40,000 pound boat lift. The mansion comes with a private garden, making it sound like a dream.

Earlier, there were headlines about Nick Saban who was suspected to be on the verge of losing his previous vacation home in Boca Grande in the hurricane. Most parts of the area suffered severe damage due to the hurricane. However, there is no news of whether Saban’s vacation home sustained damages.

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Saban is one of many famous names residing on Jupiter Island. Much before him, Tiger Woods, with many others, had already made a home in what is otherwise known as a golf heaven.

Jupiter Island – Where the pros play

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Once, Golf Week claimed that what Jupiter Island is to golf is what Silicon Valley is to technology. And rightly so. The greens remain green all year round, and players at Palm Beach County have the luxury of keeping a boat in their backyard.

Fifteen years ago, the fifteen-time major winner spent $38 Million on an approximately 13,700 square feet-sized mansion in Jupiter Island. One reason Woods did that was because he said he missed the ocean. Many often see him playing golf on the local courses and supporting local events and charities.

In 2013, four-time major winner Rory McIlroy, also arrived at the same place. Joining the PGA Tour pros is the now-LIV Golfer Phil Mickelson. Mickelson and Woods have competed since their initial days. But the rivalry turned to friendship when the two worked together for the Ryder Cup 2018. Saban is the latest star athlete to call this place home.

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With luxurious clubhouses, irresistible greens, and pristine fairways all in one place, Jupiter Island is a dream destination for golfers worldwide. But Nick Saban, a football coach moving into the area, might also bring other sports players to the small-luxurious town. Would it be fun to see players from different sports come together in one place they call home? Let us know in the comments below.

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