To demolish a $12 million home or not to demolish a $12 million home, that is the question. Well, that is the question if you're an obnoxiously wealthy divorcee who was once married to formerly-amazing, now-average golfer Tiger Woods.
According to the good folks at Fox News, Nordegren has decided to demolish the $12 million Florida mansion she bought way back in March 2011. You know, because things get stale after 10 months. The 9,000 square foot North Palm Beach palace was purchased by Nordegren shortly after she reached a divorce settlement with Woods that was rumored to be in the $100 million range.
When you have that kind of dough to throw around settling for a home that was built before you decided to buy it seems kind of tacky. So, unsurprisingly, Nordegren decided to bulldoze the six bedroom, eight bathroom abode in favor a castle that an architect recently designed for her.
Fox News also indicates that Nordegren is making every single person working on the demolition and subsequent construction sign a confidentiality agreement. I don't have a joke for that yet, but I'm sure it'll come to me eventually.
Here is what bringing down the house really looks like (via TMZ):