Updated: January 27, 2023
- Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard has listed his Italian-style villa in Pacific Palisades, California, for $51.995 million.
- According to a blog post by Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, which has the listing, Leonard and his wife, Bernadette, built the home 22 years ago.
- The roughly two-acre estate has everything from an outdoor tennis court to stone floors imported from Jerusalem.
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Pacific Palisades is an expensive coastal neighborhood in Los Angeles that sits between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
The Italian-style villa was built by Leonard and his wife, Bernadette, 22 years ago. The property comes with an ivy-covered, seven-bedroom main house, a separate two-story guesthouse, a pool, a home theater, and a tennis court.
Jade Mills and Tiffany Mills with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury are the current listing agents.
Keep reading for a look inside the sprawling estate.
Sugar Ray Leonard is a famous former professional boxer. He retired in 1997 with a 36-3-1 record and 25 knockouts. That same year, he was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame.
The Los Angeles Times reports that if the home sells for what Leonard is asking, it’ll be one of the priciest sales in Los Angeles County this year.
Source: Los Angeles Times