World-champion boxer Sugar Ray Leonard is floating his spectacular L.A. compound on the market, asking $45 million for the 1.7-acre spread.
The former professional boxer, who had a legendary 20-year career, made history as the first in his sport to earn $100+ million in prize money.
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It then comes as little surprise that his house is a sprawling mansion with all the bells and whistles.
Set in Pacific Palisades, the compound consists of a Florentine Villa-inspired home, a pool, cabana, tennis court, and a guest house.
The beautiful main house has total of 16,773 square feet of living space, 8 bedrooms and 15 baths.
It was custom-designed for Leonard by renowned architect Richard Landry, known as “The King of the Megamansion”.
Landry has designed over 500 private homes, including some for Michael Bolton, Rod Stewart, Tom Brady, and Wayne Gretzky.
Inside, custom features abound, from exposed beam ceilings to custom windows that frame the beautiful mountain and ocean views.
The house is anchored by a palatial two-story living room.
But the opulence is balanced out with the warm wood elements and rounded picture windows.
Heading upstairs, the large primary bedroom has a fireplace, resort-inspired bath, and several balconies with ocean views.
This isn't the first time the boxing champion listed the property for sale.
Sugar Ray Leonard's house first hit the market in 2019 with an ambitious asking price of $52 million.
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Credit for property photos: Anthony Barcelo courtesy of Compass