Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard Lists Pacific Palisades Estate for $46.5M
$46,500,000 | Built 1952 | 16,773 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 1.32 Acres
Pacific Palisades, California, United States
American former professional boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, and wife, Bernadette Robi, have listed their 1.32 acre estate in Pacific Palisades, California for $46.5 million. The former world championship boxer originally put the property on the market in September 2019 for $51.99 million. According to Architectural Digest, the 16,773 square foot residence was designed by renowned celebrity architect Richard Landry. Enjoy amenities such as a pool, full guest house, lit tennis court and lush gardens. The Leonard Estate is on the market for $46.5 million with Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland & Tomer Fridman of Compass. Photography by Jim Bartsch.
Listing details: The Leonard Estate. The most important legacy property on the Westside. Available once in a generation. Over 1.7 acres of exquisite grounds, makes this one of the largest lots in the Riviera. Perfect for raising a family and enjoying ample place to play and enjoy. Complete privacy behind large gates and hedges ensures ultimate security. Designed by world-renowned architect, Richard Landry, the Leonard Estate was a custom vision created with only the finest materials. Beautiful Italian Architecture inspired by Florentine villas, totaling over 16,700 square feet in the main house. Perfect for entertaining on a grand scale, features include: 2-story family room, gorgeous formal living room and dining room, screening room, gourmet kitchen and solarium. Total of 7 bedrooms, the main suite is the ultimate retreat with views of the ocean and mountains. Grounds include: long private driveway, large entry motor court, full guest house, lit tennis court with viewing area, sun-drenched oval pool, grass meadow/lawn and putting green. A world-class estate on the finest street in the Palisades Riviera. The Legend Continues….