Newly listed, Oscar De La Hoya’s $20M Vegas mansion packs a heavyweight punch of amenities

Oscar De La Hoya's luxurious Las Vegas home in the exclusive Strata community certainly lives up to his "Golden Boy" nickname.

Georgie Mihaila
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Just a couple of months after it graced the pages of the Wall Street Journal, Oscar De La Hoya’s Las Vegas-area home popped up on the market as a glam $20 million listing.

The championship boxer’s custom-built pad, a triple-gated mansion in the exclusive Strata community in Henderson, Nevada packs almost 9,000 square feet of living space, 2,409 square feet of outdoor living area, and amenities galore. Not to mention plenty of gold accents that hint at the owner’s illustrious career.

After heavily customizing the one-story modern home, De La Hoya moved in late last year with plans to boost boxing’s popularity in Vegas

And while we don’t know how the rest of his plans are going, the boxer now seems ready to part ways with the Las Vegas mansion — nicknamed Casa de Oro or House of Gold — listing it for $20 million with Zar Zanganeh of The Agency Las Vegas.

Home to a boxing great

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For those newer to the boxing game, Oscar De La Hoya is an American boxing promoter and former professional boxer who competed professionally from 1992 to 2008.

De La Hoya was nicknamed “The Golden Boy of boxing” by the media when he represented the United States at the 1992 Summer Olympics and won a gold medal in the lightweight division shortly after graduating high school.

During his prolific boxing career, De La Hoya won 11 world titles in six different weight classes, including the lineal championship in three divisions. His long list of accolades cemented his status as one of the most accomplished boxers of his era. However, he has also been a controversial figure at times, with issues like substance abuse and domestic violence allegations surfacing over the years.

Casa de Oro

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Oscar De La Hoya’s Las Vegas mansion, nicknamed Casa de Oro or House of Gold, was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal (paywalled article), with the 51-year-old retired boxer giving fans the tour of his sprawling abode alongside his girlfriend, Holly Sonders, and their microminiature French bulldog, Vida. ⁠

After buying the property in 2022 for $14.6 million, De La Hoya spent millions more customizing the modern one-story home over nearly two years before moving in around Thanksgiving 2023.

The 8,954-square-foot house sits on nearly an acre and has a custom tribute room celebrating De La Hoya’s prolific boxing career.

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Home specs

De La Hoya’s home sits on nearly an acre and encompasses a spacious 8,954 square feet of living space. The single-level modern mansion contains five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

It also has approximately 2,400 square feet dedicated to luxury outdoor living areas. Some highlights of the home’s specs include:

  • 8,954 total square footage
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 7 bathrooms
  • 2,409 square feet of outdoor living space
  • Located on a nearly one-acre cul-de-sac lot
  • Triple gated property
  • Custom design by architect T. Jones
  • Single level floorplan
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Luxury amenities abound

The newly built home, completed in 2023, is packed with luxury amenities and standout features fit for a champion. Some of the indulgent details include:

  • A statement modern entrance with water feature and porte-cochere
  • An elevated home office with panoramic views
  • A fully equipped gym and separate wet bar perfect for entertaining
  • A game and sports room complete with golf simulator
  • Hair salon for pampering and glam sessions
  • Media room with cinema-style seating
  • Gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances
  • Butler’s kitchen for convenient catering
  • Temperature-controlled wine room to store prized bottles
  • Sprawling primary suite with retreat, massive closet, spa bath and outdoor shower
  • All bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets
  • Poolside outdoor kitchen and multiple lounge areas
  • Private spa and sun deck for soaking up the Vegas sun
  • Automated pocket doors and glass walls for an indoor-outdoor feel
Photo credit: Theo Ayala / Indigo Marketing
Photo credit: Theo Ayala / Indigo Marketing
Photo credit: Theo Ayala / Indigo Marketing

Design and decor

From the generously sized living areas to the bedrooms, kitchens, and dining spaces, every single room of the house screams luxury — and is adorned with gold touches that hint at its famous owner’s stellar career.

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Photo credit: Theo Ayala / Indigo Marketing
Photo credit: Theo Ayala / Indigo Marketing

A tribute to Oscar De La Hoya’s career

The standout room is undoubtedly the custom tribute room honoring De La Hoya’s prolific boxing career.

This one-of-a-kind space features boxing memorabilia, championship belts, photos, and other cherished artifacts from De La Hoya’s days in the ring, showcasing his legacy as one of boxing’s all-time greats.

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More standout rooms

Other notable rooms include the elevated home office with panoramic views, the luxurious primary suite with spa bath and private garden lanai, and the over-the-top gourmet kitchen decked out with top-of-the-line appliances and amenities.

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Clearly, De La Hoya spared no expense in appointing the home for luxurious yet comfortable living.

Indoor-outdoor living

The home’s design is a stunning showcase of modern luxury, with an open floor plan that seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor living spaces. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls and automated pocket doors open onto expansive outdoor patios, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.

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Part of the Strata community

The Strata community in Henderson, Nevada was developed by luxury homebuilder Blue Heron. This exclusive neighborhood features just 19 homesites, providing the privacy and seclusion desired by its elite residents.

Strata homes are perched on a mountainside overlooking the picturesque Lake Las Vegas, providing unparalleled views. Like Oscar De La Hoya’s house, each home at the Strata takes advantage of the stunning natural surroundings with floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive outdoor living spaces.

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Residents enjoy easy access to the charming Village at Lake Las Vegas. This quaint area along the shores of the lake offers al fresco dining at local restaurants and pubs, community events, concerts, and a neighborhood grocery store.

A Blue Heron home

Blue Heron, the name behind both the house and the Strata gated community, is a design-led development firm that specializes in aspirational living experiences through personalized home design.

The company was founded with the goal of enhancing natural beauty through thoughtfully crafted architecture and interiors. Every Blue Heron home is designed to accentuate its surroundings, with a focus on seamless indoor-outdoor living. Their team handles architectural design, interior design, and construction, allowing for a fully integrated vision.

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The company has developed a reputation for luxurious, environmentally attuned communities in desirable locations like Lake Las Vegas and Ascaya. Their homes range from modern to Mediterranean in style, united by a commitment to quality, sustainability and community.

Nearby Ascaya Canyon community

One of Blue Heron’s newest launched communities is also set in Henderson, Nevada, in the private mountainside community of Ascaya.

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Dubbed The Canyon at Ascaya, the new luxury enclave was announced earlier this spring, consisting of modern desert abodes ranging in size from 3,391 to 4,407 square feet, with configurations that include three and four bedrooms.

The residences boast dual primary suites, spacious great rooms, and a layout that promotes seamless flow from indoor to outdoor living areas.

Final words

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Oscar De La Hoya’s luxury Las Vegas home in the exclusive Strata community certainly lives up to its “Golden Boy” nickname. With its triple-gated privacy, polished interiors, custom tribute room, and sweeping Strip views, it’s one of the finest sports celebrity cribs we’ve seen come to market this year.

And with so many celebrities flocking to the Las Vegas area, we can’t wait to see if another A-lister decides to take off De La Hoya’s hands.

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded