Rory McIlroy's Florida house: Pictures inside and out, specs, price of his mansion
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Rory McIlroy’s Florida house: Pictures inside and out, specs, price of his mansion


Rory McIlroy's Florida house -- specifically located in the Bear's Club development in Jupiter -- is a sprawling mansion McIlroy bought from Ernie Els for $11 million with a ton of square footage and plenty of space to play.

McIlroy and wife Erica Stoll moved into the Jupiter home in August 2017, as Els was preparing to move to Old Palm Golf Club, where a number of South Africans reside. The property is on prime real estate with 300 mature palm trees, a full tennis court and so much more. It was built in 2003.

Rory McIlroy's house is approximately 12,800 square feet, with seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The main house has a home theater and recording studio, as well a large game room and plenty of space for guests. There's also a guest house, large outdoor kitchen with a fireplace, as well a huge pool. There's even a six-car garage.

The Bear's Club neighborhood is home to a variety of players, including Dustin Johnson.

See pictures of Rory McIlroy's $11 million mansion in Jupiter, Fla.

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