And now, Norman stands to lose more than $1 million on the 7.5 acres in the Le Lac neighborhood.
Norman, 58, bought the partly-wooded property in 2006 for $7 million, according to Palm Beach County property records.
At the time, the Australian entrepreneur was going through a divorce from his first wife while wooing Evert, who lives down the street.
Since then, things have changed drastically.
The Great White Shark married, then divorced Evert — then got married to a much younger Aussie TV personality.
And because his roots are in Jupiter Island, he never really used the property at 6017 Le Lac Road.
Norman had the 8,550-square-foot house built in 1985 razed late last year, according to county permits.
He’s now selling the land for $6 million!
Jack Schneider, Norman’s lawyer and realtor, did not comment.
Le Lac is one of Boca Raton’s fanciest hang outs.
Residents include Boston Red Sox owner John Henry.