Tennis player Caroline Wozniacki’s Fisher Island home sells for $16.25 million

by Kerrie Kennedy

The home of tennis player Caroline Wozniacki and her husband, NBA All-Star David Lee, has sold for $16.25 million.

Located in the Palazzo Del Sol condominium on Fisher Island, the 5-bedroom 8,430-square-foot furnished waterfront residence features a 2,500 square-foot terrace, floor-to-ceiling windows and a private elevator directly into the unit.

The 10-story, 46-residence Palazzo Del Sol is a modern homage to Fisher Island’s original development, the Mediterranean Vanderbilt Mansion, built in 1936. The boutique building sits on 8.1 acres, and is Fisher Island’s most exclusive building, as well as its first true full-service building.

Amenities include a fitness center, private massage room, hair and makeup salon, movie theater, a zero-edge heated pool and spa with towel service and outdoor bar and poolside cabanas.

Residents also have access to Fisher Island amenities including the beach club, spa, gourmet market, golf course, tennis, Vanderbilt mansion, two deep water marinas and a private school.

The Jills Zeder Group represented both the seller and buyer in the closing.

“Fisher Island is one of the most beautiful addresses in the world and is an oasis in one of the most exciting and sought-after cities. The lifestyle on this exclusive island is like no other,” said Jill Eber in a press release. “The buyers are very excited to be moving into this new building and loved the layout and all the natural light coming into the home as well as the incredible expansive terrace offering spectacular views.”

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