Oscar De La Hoya’s Knockout Mansion Near Las Vegas Lands on the Market for $20M – Realtor.com News

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Oscar De La Hoya is looking for a TKO—in real estate.

Indeed, the former professional boxer has put a big number on his nearly 9,000-square-foot home—$20 million—for the five-bedroom, seven-bath property in Henderson, NV.


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Situated about 15 miles south of Las Vegas, this Sin City-adjacent compound is billed as an architectural stunner, thanks to the Northern California-based design firm T. Jones.

The champion reportedly picked up the property for $14.6 million in 2022 while it was under construction.

The house was completed in 2023.

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The living room opens to a large outdoor space.

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The kitchen is like a museum piece.

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Wake up to mountain views from the main bedroom.

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The outdoor living room has a fire pit.

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There are multiple pools, including one for laps.

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Practice your swing in the golf simulator.

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This outstanding gated property sits on a hill with captivating city, mountain, and Strip views from its corner perch.

Indoor-outdoor living is made easy with a brilliant automated, pocket-door construction that slides glass walls open to reveal nature, multiple pools, and outdoor seating areas.

The entry features a grand porte-cochère and water element. Just beyond, the one-level layout offers a huge living area, showstopping kitchen, butler’s kitchen, and temperature-controlled wine room. The primary bedroom is enormous and boasts a spa-inspired bath, and outdoor shower, and a private garden.

Fun abounds here, thanks to the golf simulator, game space, media room, home gym, hair salon, and wet bar. Outside, multiple pools await, alongside outdoor living and dining spaces with TVs, lounge spots, and fire pits.

De La Hoya dominated the boxing world for many years, winning 11 world titles in six different weight classes, along with a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. He retired in 2009.

Today, the 51-year-old works as a boxing promoter with the company he co-founded, Golden Boy Productions.

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