It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere Else: Alan Jackson Selling His Jupiter Island Home

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Jackson's study in Jupiter Island, yours for $14.9 million (Click on the photo for more)

A “for sale” sign has gone up on country music star Alan Jackson‘s Jupiter Island homestead!

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Jackson (Click on the photo to tour his home)

The price tag is $14.9 million, according to MLS listings!

Click here for a tour of Jackson’s house 

The property reaches on both sides of South Beach Road. It has docking for four yachts in the Intracoastal on the west side. And there’s an 8,700-square-foot, two story beachfront mansion in nearly 1 acre of dunes on the east side.

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The property, in the quiet southern edge of the tony Martin County island and adjacent to the Blowing Rocks Preserve, has been the 53-year-old Jackson’s for 10 years. He bought it for $3.5 million.

Jackson leveled the existing home in 2006 and had a brand new one built in 2007. It has six bedrooms and five baths and is appraised by the county at about $6.2 million. And the neighbors are probably worth knowing: It’s on a stretch of beach lined with the mansions of multi-millionaires, including golfers Tiger Woods and Greg Norman as well as former Lehman Brothers boss Richard Fuld.

The move is a surprising one from the former Ford celebrity spokesman. An avid fisherman, the singer of Chattahoochee has been a visible presence in the area for a decade.

He used locations near the house for music videos. One version of It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere that also featured Palm Beach troubadour Jimmy Buffett was filmed at the Square Grouper, a tiki bar in Jupiter.

Jackson recently slashed the price of a cottage he’s owned in Tequesta for years. A much smaller property, it’s been on the market for $900,000, down from $1.2 million.

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