Sadly, the sale was likely triggered by the 31-year-old heiress’s pending divorce from Brazilian professional show jumper and two-time Olympic medalist Álvaro de Miranda Neto, known to friends as “Doda.”

However, there is evidence of the couple’s life together in the listing photos of the home they shared. The walk-in closet in the master suite is filled with what could be his clothes, and the office displays photos of victories at equestrian events, plus framed awards medals on the wall.

Office with equestrian medals and photos of victories
Office with equestrian medals and photos of victories

The home, which is adjacent to the Palm Beach Polo and Country Club golf course, has a pool and spa, open floor plan, and vast walls and doors of glass.

The couple reportedly bought the four-bedroom, four-bath home  two years ago for close to $2 million. They then purchased two adjacent lots, for a total of $1.2 million, according to The Real Deal. What the heiress plans to do with those adjoining lots is unclear, as only the house appears to be on the market at this time.

She isn’t pulling up stakes and moving away from the posh Wellington area altogether. Onassis also owns a 5.6-acre property in Grand Prix Village, near the Winter Equestrian Festival show grounds. She paid $12 million in 2014 for the property, which includes a 20-stall barn, an all-weather ring, and accommodations for grooms, according to Palm Beach property records.

Front exterior

Front exterior

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The home, which has a pool and spa, sits on a golf course.
The home, which has a pool and spa, sits on a golf course.

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Open floor plan
Open floor plan

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Article is from Realtor.com and Lisa Johnson Mandell, an award-winning writer who covers lifestyle, entertainment, real estate, design, and travel.