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Oscar De La Hoya Lists “Knockout” Las Vegas Mansion for USD 20 Million

The home’s exterior measures 2,409 square feet while the interior boasts a total of five bedrooms, seven full baths and three fireplaces.

May 16, 2024 | By Florence Sutton

At a price tag of USD 20 million, former professional boxer Oscar De La Hoya is looking for more than a quick knockout win for the Henderson, Nevada super-contemporary home he bought when it was under construction. Located just a few miles from Las Vegas, Oscar moved to The Neon City last year into the almost 9,000-square-foot home with postcard views of the Las Vegas Strip.

The privately gated property on a cul-de-sac set in the foothills of the McCullough Mountains has everything a retired 11-time world boxing champion could want, including a gym, trophy room, golf simulator, wine room, wet bar, hair salon, butler’s kitchen and huge sliding glass walls adding mountain and city views to the Strip views.

The house was completed in 2023.

There are a total of five bedrooms, seven full baths and three fireplaces. The home’s exterior measures at a total of 2,409 square feet, with water features that rival some of the Las Vegas casinos, an infinity pool and lap pool, an outdoor living room and kitchen, fire lounges, spa bath, an outdoor shower and a private garden lanai.

Other highlights include a great room sporting a fireplace, a dining area with a climate-controlled wine room, an office, and a gourmet kitchen outfitted with an expansive eat-in island and top-tier stainless appliances, plus a secondary catering kitchen. 

Born and raised in East Los Angeles, Oscar’s parents moved from Mexico to the United States before Oscar was born in 1973. A child of a longtime boxing family including his grandfather, father and brother, Oscar began boxing at age six, won a national Junior Olympic title at age 15, Golden Gloves title in 1990, and an Olympic gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona just a few months after he graduated from high school.

After he turned pro, Oscar’s outgoing personality and 11 world boxing titles in six weight classes earned him the nickname “Golden Boy.” A few years before he retired, De La Hoya founded Golden Boy Productions, which became one of the world’s most successful sports promotion companies. He has a net worth of about USD 200 million.

According to Yahoo reports, the asking price of USD 20 million is a USD 5.4 million increase than what the American boxing champion actually paid less than two years ago for the then-unfinished spread.

Records show that Oscar De La Hoya paid USD 14.6 million in cash for the property in 2022 while it was still under construction, and then spent the next two years and millions more fully customising the sprawling space with personalised touches. 

Las Vegas has become the hotspot home for many celebrities and athletes, including Celine Dion, Mark Wahlberg, David Copperfield, Steve Wynn, Wayne Newton, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Mike Tyson.

The home’s listing is under the Zar Zanganeh of The Agency Las Vegas and the image credits courtesy of Theo Ayala with Indigo Marketing.

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