22 Jan Golfer Phil Mickelson sells Rancho Santa Fe home for $5.725 million
Championship Golfer Phil Mickelson’s home for sale in Rancho Santa Fe is now sold.
The 4.55-acre estate sold on Monday, January 12 for $5.725 million, according to public records. The selling price of the Rancho Santa Fe home for sale was just $225,000 less than what Mickelson and his wife Amy paid for it in 2001. The property had been listed for sale several times, with the asking price as much as $12.2 million in 2008, and was listed most recently for $5.99 million late last year.
It is one of the largest transactions of real estate in Rancho Santa Fe so far in 2015.
Mickelson, a San Diego native, won the PGA Championship in 2005. The property they owned is a single-story, 9,176-square-foot home with five bedrooms and six and one-half bathrooms. The Italian style home has pepper and olive trees, a blue-tiled pool and a three-hole putting green. It has walnut floors, Albertini doors and windows, and hand cut mosaic tiles and wood beamed ceilings with an exercise room and a coffee and juice bar in the master suite.