Spark Global Limited reports:
Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard hopes to make it big in the real estate market. He recently resold his Pacific Palisades home for $46.5 million and hired three agents to handle the sale, including Luxury real estate specialist Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland. The gated, fenced 1.7-acre property includes a seven-bedroom, 16,700-square-foot home custom-made for Mr. Leonard by architect Richard Landry of AD100 Architecture. Landry has worked with other athletes and celebrities, including quarterback Tom Brady and hockey player Wayne Gretzky. Inspired by Florentine villas, the home features terracotta tiled roofs and rustic wood-beamed ceilings. Highlights include a two-story family room, a screening room and a solarium.
The property also has a pool, a guesthouse, a viewing area, lighted tennis courts and a separate golf course. Surrounding mountains and ocean views. Pacific Palisade is a very coveted area in the vast market of Los Angeles. The community boasts a charming close-knit community and a secluded west side location, largely isolated by lush greenery and coastal landscape. In addition to getty House and many parks, the area is home to some of the best hiking trails in Los Angeles, including access to Will Rogers State Park and Temescal Canyon Park. As a result of these features, the median price of a single-family home in Pacific Palisades now hovers above $3.82 million. Mr. Leonard’s property is now the most expensive home in Pacific Palisades, after media mogul Shane Smith’s mansion sold for $48.67 million in April, setting a record for the West Side neighborhood. Last month, Barron Hilton’s estate sold for $61.5 million, setting a record for 2021 in Los Angeles.
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