Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard is selling his California estate for nearly $52 million. Here's a look inside the property, complete with a sprawling mansion, a 2-story guest house, and its own putting green.
- Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard has listed his Italian-style villa in Pacific Palisades, California, for $51.995 million.
- According to a blog post by Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, which has the listing, Leonard and his wife, Bernadette, built the home 22 years ago.
- The roughly two-acre estate has everything from an outdoor tennis court to stone floors imported from Jerusalem.
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Pacific Palisades is an expensive coastal neighborhood in Los Angeles that sits between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
The Italian-style villa was built by Leonard and his wife, Bernadette, 22 years ago. The property comes with an ivy-covered, seven-bedroom main house, a separate two-story guesthouse, a pool, a home theater, and a tennis court.
Jade Mills and Tiffany Mills with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury are the current listing agents.
Keep reading for a look inside the sprawling estate.