According to Architectural Digest, the sisters purchased the property in 1998 and built a seven-bedroom home fit for tennis royalty. Their creation features matching master suites, white marble bathrooms, and twin offices. The nearly 8,500 square feet of living space offer plenty of room for friends and family, or an army of support staff.
The home’s design is lavish, and the tennis titans designed a peaceful retreat for themselves. The interior design is soft, with muted colors and light flooding from all directions.
Top-of-the-line amenities include a media room with plenty of display shelves for the sisters’ extensive collection of trophies and hardware, library, home gym, two gallery rooms, and a juice bar.
Outdoors, a huge pool, cabana, and kitchen give the property a resortlike feel.
The estate sits on an acre in BallenIsles Country Club with both water and golf course views.
Now the sisters have moved on to other properties. Serena has another home in the Palm Beach Gardens area she shares with her husband, Alexis Ohanian, and their daughter, Alexis Olympia, in addition to other properties in Paris; Bel-Air, CA; and the Los Angeles area.
Just before the end of the year, the Williams sisters competed against each other in a tennis match in Abu Dhabi, with 15-month-old Olympia adorably looking on and clapping for her mom and auntie.
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