Just days after it was reported that Tiger Woods’ ex-wife Elin Nordegren tore down a $12.3 million home in Palm Beach County to build a new one, it appears that many of the valuable contents of that estate will be on the auction block at Habitat for Humanity’s warehouse in Stuart, reported the Palm Beach Post.
Among the items donated to Habitat by Nordegren, who bought the home a little over a year ago, are a 12-foot fountain with water spouting out of three lion’s mouths, five subzero refrigerators, 14 vanities, temperature-controlled wine coolers as well as other furniture, said Habitat officials.
The items are expected to bring a bounty, as much as $30,000 a Habitat official told the newspaper.
The home was demolished in December, reportedly because workers found extensive termite and insect damage in six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and other areas in the two-story home.
The donation by Nordegren is among the largest to Habitat Humanity in the region in recent years, officials told the newspaper.