Paul Tudor Jones II, billionaire founder of Tudor Investment Corporation, just put his opulent Florida Keys beachfront mansion on the market for $14.5 million.
The 6.5-acre gated estate in Islamorada, FL offers the luxuries of a five-star resort, with the privacy of a secluded residence.
The main home highlights the beauty of sunny southern Florida, with wall-to-wall windows that provide ocean and garden views.
The home’s vaulted ceilings and pale color palette create a breezy setting. The property includes large gardens, a patio, pool, hot tub and tennis court.
Located on the estate is a private, deep-water basin and dock, large enough for several boats. Guests will feel right at home, in two separate guests houses—one with four bedrooms, and one with three.
While Jones is selling his Florida Keys paradise, he isn’t leaving Florida for good. Palm Beach Daily News reported that Jones— who has a net worth of $4.6 billion and is reportedly is the 18th highest earning hedge fund manager in the U.S., according to Forbes—purchased the Casa Apava estate in Palm Beach, FL, for $71 million, on the aptly named Billionaires’ Row.
Details and photos courtesy of Realtor.com