Paul Tudor Jones II, billionaire founder of Tudor Investment Corp., has listed his opulent beachfront mansion in the Florida Keys.
Needless to say, high finance has been very, very good to Jones. Forbes ranked him as the 18th-highest-earning hedge fund manager in the country and estimates his personal net worth at $ 4.6 billion.
The main home was designed with sunny southern Florida in mind. Many of the rooms in the two-story home feature wall-to-wall windows with ocean and garden views. The vaulted ceilings and pale color palette give the home a light and airy feel. And if being steps from the beach isn’t enough water for you, there are two massive aquariums on the first floor of the home.
Stepping on to any one of the numerous decks, you’ll find ocean views, cool breezes, and plenty to do. The property has large gardens, a patio, a swimming pool, a hot tub, and a tennis court.
And if you truly want to get away from it all, you’re only a short walk to a private, deep-water basin and dock large enough to hold several boats.
There are also two large cottages for guests. The west-side cottage has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and ocean views. The east-side cottage has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and garden views.
Jones is also widely known for his philanthropy. He founded the Robin Hood Foundation, a charitable organization focusing on poverty and disaster relief in the New York area. He also co-founded the Everglades Foundation, a nonprofit that funds restoration and protection projects projects in the Florida Everglades.
Jones has made recent headlines for another charitable project, one that aims to change businesses and the growing income gap in the U.S. According to CNBC, Jones founded Just Capital, a nonprofit that will work to increase “justness” in companies. “Justness” is a broad term that CNBC says could include anything from job creation to wages to environmental issues. Jones is conducting polls and national surveys.
And while Jones may be selling his Florida Keys paradise, he isn’t leaving Florida for good. Palm Beach Daily News reported that Jones purchased the Casa Apava estate in Palm Beach, FL, for $ 71 million. The beachfront estate sits along a row of properties locally known as Billionaires Row, so we’re sure Jones will feel right at home.