Singh, who was the No. 1 golfer in the world in 2004, is also fourth on the PGA Tour career earnings list with $71.2 million. He is behind only Tiger Woods ($120.9 million), Phil Mickelson ($95.0 million) and Jim Furyk ($71.5 million).
The home and grounds are located on the northeast shore of Hawaii’s Big Island in Honomu.
The 5 bedroom, 7 bath home sits on over 51 acres and has almost a mile of ocean access.
The lush green grass is beautifully manicured.
Not surprisingly, some parts of the property look like a golf course.
There is a small stream that runs through the property.
The front door looks like walking into a palace.
Once inside you will see beautiful hardwood floors and the grand staircase to get to the second floor.
There are fireplaces throughout the home and every room appears to have a view of the ocean.
A backyard pool overlooking the ocean.
A living room with a view, although I don’t want to be the person stuck on the couch with my back to the window.
The kitchen has been updated and made into an oversized island with seating for four.
There are a couple of refrigerators.
The house also has an elevator if you don’t want to climb stairs.
There is also plenty of outdoor seating…
with spectacular views of course.
A view of the house from the pool.
The master bedroom has its own fireplace and access to the second floor balcony.
The primary suite alone occupies 2,800 square feet.
And of course the large walk in shower has a view of the sea.
The suite also includes a living room between the bedroom and the bathroom.
There is also a yoga room attached to the main bathroom.
The master bedroom closet is larger than most New York City apartments.
Who needs art when every room has a wall that looks like this?
Here is another view of the laundry room and its view.
The property also includes a 1 bedroom “ohana unit” which is a guest house that can be allowed on lots that normally do not allow a second unit. The unit can only be occupied by relatives of the homeowner and is attached to the main house.