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Tiger Woods’ ‘little brother’ Justin Thomas sells his $3.5 million ‘starter’ mansion and it’s the ultimate bachelor pad

PGA Tour star Justin Thomas unloaded his home in the exclusive golfing community of Jupiter, Florida.The property, dubbed Thomas’ “starter house” by Golf Digest, was on the market for $3.5 million just months after he got married, and was listed by former golfer Johnny DelPrete of Douglas Elliman Realty.



Thomas is considered Tiger Woods’ closest friend on the PGA Tour and has even been referred to by Tiger as his “younger brother” and an “older brother” to Tiger’s son, Charlie Woods. So it’s no surprise that the house for sale is just three miles from Tiger’s home on Jupiter Island.

Take a look at the swanky estate below.

The house is only about three miles from Tiger Woods’ house on Jupiter Island.

Here is how Woods described his relationship with Thomas after a Masters practice round in 2022:”It was fun to see the changes in [Charlie since the last time he played Augusta],” Woods said. “And us as a family, to go out here, and to have Robbie [McNamara] out here, and JT, who is like my younger brother and Charlie’s older brother. For us to come out here and play together, we just had a blast. Couldn’t ask for a better day, temperature-wise. It was just a perfect day.”

The 5,500-square-foot house was built in 2008, has four bedrooms, five full baths, and two half-baths.
It sits on just under an acre of land within walking distance of the Indian River and just a few miles from the Atlantic Ocean.

Thomas reportedly upgraded recently to a $13.5 million house on the water in the same area after getting married in November.

While the house is not directly on the water, it does come with water ramp access “to launch jetskis, kayak, or whatever you please.”

Thomas bought the house in 2016 for $1.49 million.
The house has a beautiful open concept.

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