It’s Spherical 2 for Sugar Ray Leonard, who’s trying to put his luxe Pacific Palisades dwelling in the marketplace once more for a whopping $46.5 million.
Constructed by the retired boxer and his spouse, Bernadette Leonard, over 20 years in the past, it was first listed in 2019 for $52 million.
Spanning practically 16,773 sq. ft, the property is now listed for 10% much less and features a seven-bedroom most important home and a two-story visitor home.
In accordance with the itemizing, it’s “an important legacy property on the Westside.”
With over 1.7 acres of grounds, the property dubbed the Leonard Property is located behind massive gates and hedges for final privateness.
Designed by world-renowned architect Richard Landry, the house was created with the best supplies, together with stone flooring situated within the solarium and different elements of the house which might be shipped from Jerusalem, six fireplaces imported from Europe and Italian structure impressed by Florentine villas.
Different options embrace a two-story household room, formal lounge and eating room, a gymnasium, screening room, connoisseur kitchen and solarium.
The second stage of the house boasts scenic mountain views.
Out of doors facilities embrace a protracted personal driveway, massive entry motor court docket, full visitor home, lit tennis court docket with a viewing space, a sun-drenched oval pool, an expansive grass garden and placing inexperienced.
Leonard, 65, is usually thought to be one of many best boxers of all time, profitable world titles in 5 weight divisions from 1977 to 1997, principally after Muhammad Ali’s combating profession. He was thought to be a part of “The Fabulous 4” — a bunch of boxers who all fought one another all through the Nineteen Eighties, consisting of Leonard, Roberto Durán, Thomas Hearns and Marvin Hagler.