You Can Now Buy Serena and Venus Williams’s Custom-Built Home
It includes six bedrooms and seven full bathrooms.
Updated Aug 9, 2019 12:14 PM
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Just 20 years and 30 combined Grand Slam titles later, Venus and Serena Williams are selling their joint-designed one-acre Palm Beach Gardens mansion. Complete high ceilings, a Spanish-style exterior, and a seriously major swimming pool, these digs are pretty opulent.
After originally purchasing the property in 1998 for just over half a million dollars, the Williams sisters embarked on a two-year-long custom building project, resulting in an 8,489-square-foot property that includes six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and two half-baths. If you happen to have a spare $2.695 million to nab the space for yourself, you can rest assured that you’ll have plenty of room to house guests.
Additional features of the home include a gym, a movie theater, and plenty of rooms for dining and gathering. Throughout the entire space, natural light, wood-finishes, and artwork provide ample decoration.
Serena moved out of the residence in 2013, and since then, Venus has been the key resident (when she’s not busy traveling the world and maintaining her athletic track record). But now, the two are leaving this once-shared abode behind. If one thing’s certain, it’s this: Whoever swipes up the luxurious space is sure to make a realty grand slam.
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