A boxing legend is rolling with the punches at a website close to Las Vegas that may home his new residence, snagging a ringside seat to the development course of.
Oscar de la Hoya bought a spec residence in Henderson, Nevada for $14.6 million, Dust reported. The property is a part of a luxurious group Blue Heron is constructing in MacDonald Heights.
The fashionable residence can have greater than 10,000 sq. toes of livable area. The one-story residence will comprise 5 bedrooms, 5 loos and an eight-car storage. There may also be two water options, one on the residence’s entrance and one inside the property.
Renderings confirmed a wine room, bar, workplace, health club, visitor wing and media and leisure room for the property. There might be a butler’s kitchen along with the primary kitchen. The first retreat can have a spa tub, non-public backyard lanai and an out of doors bathe.
The outside will embrace a lap pool and spa, moist deck, fireplace lounges, an out of doors kitchen and an out of doors lounge with televisions.
The house is about to be accomplished subsequent 12 months. Corcoran International Residing companion Kristen Routh-Silberman held the itemizing.
De La Hoya’s buy was costlier than a house transaction additional out west relationship again 15 years. In 2007, De La Hoya paid $11.5 million for an 11,000-square-foot mansion in Pasadena, California.
The 49-year-old “Golden Boy” was a top-rated fighter throughout his boxing profession, which lasted from 1992 to 2008. He went 39-6 throughout his profession, together with 30 victories by knockout. He additionally received a gold medal for the US through the 1992 Summer season Olympics in Barcelona.
De La Hoya based Golden Boy Promotions in 2002 and spends most of his time as a boxing promoter since his retirement. Final 12 months, he additionally competed on “The Masked Singer.”
— Holden Walter-Warner