US boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard lists $ 46.5 million mansion
Gold medalist boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard is one of the richest boxers in the world.
With an estimated net worth of US $ 120 million, it’s no surprise that the US Olympic athlete’s Pacific Palisades mansion has been put on the Los Angeles real estate market for a colossal sum of $ 46.5 million. US.
It’s been almost three decades since Leonard bought just two acres of Pacific Palisades land, which featured ocean and canyon views.
He then built the expansive seven-bedroom mansion on the grounds in 1997, the same year he retired.
The luxury home was designed with different wings having provided space for various types of entertainment, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
Built in the style of old world Italian architecture, the exterior of the house is covered with ivy and the entrance opens to a large foyer and a central hall opening onto the various formal rooms.
The fireplaces everywhere were imported from Europe and the stone floors from Jerusalem. There is a chef’s kitchen with professional appliances and a center island with breakfast bar that adjoins the family room.
Included is a solarium, a multimedia room, a large gym and a master suite with fireplace, large bath and walk-in closet, and a balcony that enjoys the view.
The lush grounds include a swimming pool, spa, putting green, and tennis courts, all on rolling lawns, terraces, and lush landscaping.
Even the independent two-story poolside guesthouse is a home away from home with a first-floor kitchen and entertainment area, while the second floor contains a guest bedroom and bathroom. .
Considered the American equivalent of the French Riviera, Pacific Palisades in California has attracted many celebrities looking for a quieter side of Hollywood.
Some of its current residents include Brooke Shields, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Adam Sandler, Billy Crystal, Kate Hudson and Steven Spielberg.