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Buyers & Sellers: Serena Williams Lists Undeveloped Lot In Jupiter, Fla., For $6.5M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 17 / 17

SERENA WILLIAMS has "listed a vacant 2.4-acre lot" in a private Jupiter, Fla., golf club for $6.5M. Williams bought the plot of land at The Bear's Club for $4.12M in '14. It is "one of more than 50 estate properties on the 270-acre club that features a golf course" designed by  JACK NICKLAUS ...

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