Phil Knight, the billionaire cofounder of Nike, just listed his golf course retreat for $1.55 million, months after selling a neighboring parcel of land for $2 million. Here's a look inside.

Nike cofounder Phil Knight was just ranked No. 16 on Forbes 400 list. With a current estimated net worth of $35.9 billion, real estate is just a drop in the bucket for him.

Earlier this year, The Real Deal reported that he'd unloaded a plot of land in La Quinta's exclusive Madison Club. According to the Los Angeles Times, the property was flanked by fairways and purchased by the now-billionaire for $2.5 million a decade ago. In March, Knight sold the parcel for $2 million.

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Now, he's selling his nearby three-bedroom, three-bathroom home on the grounds of La Quinta Resort and Club community for $1.55 million.

According to the property's listing, it boasts an open floorplan, plenty of natural light, and breathtaking mountain views in addition to golf course views. The 4,437-square-foot home sits on the 12th fairway of La Quinta Resort and Club's Mountain Course.

Keep reading for a look inside the home. Kay Bastasini of Desert Vintage Realty holds the listing.

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