Shin, who was the number one golfer in the world in 2004, is fourth on the PGA Tour’s career income list with $ 71.2 million. He only tracks Tiger Woods ($ 120.9M), Phil Mickelson ($ 95.0M) and Jim Furyk ($ 71.5M).
Homes and property are located on the northeastern coast of the Big Island of Hawaii in Honomu.
The 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom home is located on more than 51 acres and offers nearly a mile of oceanfront access.
The lush grass is luxuriously maintained.
Not surprisingly, some of the properties look like golf courses.
There is a small stream that runs through the property.
The front door looks like you are walking to the palace.
Once inside, you’ll see beautiful hardwood floors and a grand staircase leading upstairs.
There are fireplaces throughout the house, and every room has a sea view.
The backyard pool overlooks the sea.
It’s a living room with a nice view, but I don’t want to be someone who is stuck on the sofa with his back to the window.
The kitchen has been upgraded to include an oversized island for four.
There are two refrigerators.
If you don’t need to climb the stairs, your house also has an elevator.
There are also many outdoor seats …
Of course, you can enjoy a wonderful view.
View of the house from the pool.
The main bedroom has its own fireplace and access to the balcony on the second floor.
The primary suite alone occupies 2,800 square feet.
And of course, the large walk-in shower offers sea views.
The suite also has a living room between the bedroom and the bathroom.
There is also a yoga room attached to the primary bath.
The primary bedroom closet is larger than most New York City apartments.
Who needs art when every room has such a wall?
Here is another view of the laundry room and its view.
Accommodation also includes a one-bedroom “Ohana Unit”. This is a guesthouse that is normally allowed in properties that do not allow a second unit. The unit can only be occupied by relatives of the homeowner and is installed in the main building.
There is also a billiard room in the main building.