Pro Golfer Ken Duke sells bird sanctuary estate for $6.35M

This deal was a hole in one.

Pro golfer Ken Duke, who frequents the PGA Tour, has sold his Stuart, Florida home. The Post has learned that the 53-year-old received the the full asking price of $6,350,000.

Located at 25 Island Road in the upscale Sewalls Point, the waterfront estate boasts 308 feet of turquoise blue waters.

Made up of five bedrooms and seven baths, the estate spans a colossal 6,500 square feet.

The transaction closed on Feb. 10.

Named “Sewalls Point,” the previous listing notes, the estate is “one of Stuart’s best kept secrets,” because it has its own barrier island located between the St. Lucie River and the Indian River Lagoon in Martin County, Florida.

Another interesting fact about the home is the location. The listing notes it has been recognized as “Coastal Living’s happiest seaside town.”

The estate itself protect the wildlife and is considered a “Bird & Tree sanctuary.”

Ken Duke tees off on the second hole during the first round of the PGA TOUR Champions Dominion Energy Charity Classic at the Country Club of Virginia on Oct. 22, 2021 in Richmond, Virginia.
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The property boasts panoramic water views and is made up of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The property boasts panoramic water views and is made up of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
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The kitchen features breakfast bar seating.
The kitchen features breakfast bar seating.
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The wet bar.
The wet bar.
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The dining area.
The dining area.
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A view of the open floor plan.
A view of the open floor plan.
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The primary suite.
The primary suite.
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The primary bathroom features a jacuzzi and an expansive rain shower.
The primary bathroom features a jacuzzi and an expansive rain shower.
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Designed as a Coastal-Hamptons’ inspired home, the property features a game room and family room on the second level with panoramic water views and a custom kitchen with Sub Zero & Wolf appliances.

Duke, is waling away with a hefty profit. He initially purchased the abode back in 2012 for $1.6 million.

The pro-golfer turned professional in 1994. At the 2011 Nationwide Tour Championship, Duke secured his PGA Tour card with a win. He jumped from 36th on the Tour’s money list to seventh.

Kim Spears of Douglas Elliman, who represented Duke in the transaction declined The Post’s request for comment. The undisclosed buyer was represented by Rebecca Giacobba of EXP Realty.