Sugar Ray Leonard’s knockout custom-built LA home for sale for $46.5M

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It’s Round 2 for Sugar Ray Leonard, who is looking to put his luxe Pacific Palisades home on the market again for a whopping $46.5 million. 

Built by the retired boxer and his wife, Bernadette Leonard, over 20 years ago, it was first listed in 2019 for $52 million.

Spanning nearly 16,773 square feet, the estate is now listed for 10% less and includes a seven-bedroom main house and a two-story guest house. 

According to the listing, it is “the most important legacy property on the Westside.” 

With over 1.7 acres of grounds, the property dubbed the Leonard Estate is situated behind large gates and hedges for ultimate privacy. 

Designed by world-renowned architect Richard Landry, the home was created with the finest materials, including stone floors located in the solarium and other parts of the home that are shipped from Jerusalem, six fireplaces imported from Europe and Italian architecture inspired by Florentine villas. 

Other features include a two-story family room, formal living room and dining room, a gym, screening room, gourmet kitchen and solarium.

The second level of the home boasts scenic mountain views. 

Outdoor amenities include a long private driveway, large entry motor court, full guest house, lit tennis court with a viewing area, a sun-drenched oval pool, an expansive grass lawn and putting green.

Leonard, 65, is often regarded as one of the greatest boxers of all time, winning world titles in five weight divisions from 1977 to 1997, mostly after Muhammad Ali’s fighting career. He was regarded as part of “The Fabulous Four” —  a group of boxers who all fought each other throughout the 1980s, consisting of Leonard, Roberto Durán, Thomas Hearns and Marvin Hagler.

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