Oscar De La Hoya puts his impressive mansion in Las Vegas on sale for $20 million

Oscar De La Hoya puts his impressive mansion in Las Vegas on sale for  million
Oscar De La Hoya puts his impressive mansion in Las Vegas on sale for  million

The legendary retired boxer Oscar de la hoya with his girlfriend Holly Sonders his impressive mansion in Nevada.

The Olympic gold medalist who holds 10 world championship titles across six weight classes, has had quite the illustrious career. Though he was nicknamed “Golden Boy,” the boxing champion’s next chapter took him out of the ring and into the heart of “Sin City,” where he recently completed customizations on a home built by Blue Heron in Henderson, Nevada, a suburb of Las Vegas. Now The couple put the property up for sale for $20 million.

What Oscar De La Hoya’s mansion for sale looks like

The home is located 15 miles from the Las Vegas Strip, in the exclusive MacDonald Highlands neighborhood and, specifically, within the community’s DragonRidge neighborhood. Technically, it’s a community within a community, with its own DragonRidge Country Club and clubhouse.

Located behind double gates at the end of a private cul-de-sac, the home, called Casa de Oro, is situated on nearly an acre in the foothills of the McCullough Mountains with panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond. The home spans 2,750 square feet and is currently configured with three bedrooms (with room for up to five bedrooms) and seven bathrooms.


The living room and the kitchen.

“I started fighting in Las Vegas over 30 years ago,” Oscar De La Hoya tells Forbes magazine. “I remember flying in a helicopter over the city in 1993 with Kirk Kerkorian and he said, ‘This is where you’re going to fight.’ I fought 30 times at the MGM, which he built, and my only regret is not moving to Las Vegas 30 years ago.”

De La Hoya and Sonders purchased the ultra-modern property when the foundation was being laid and construction was underway.The couple bought it early enough that they were able to change the function of some of the rooms. For example, the home’s living room was transformed early on into a custom tribute room/man cave celebrating the boxer’s career. The glass-enclosed room features a 10-by-10-foot boxing ring, 16 mannequins dressed in his robes, a gaming machine, medals, championship belts and more.


The custom tribute room celebrating De La Hoya's incredible career.

The custom tribute room celebrating De La Hoya’s incredible career.

The contemporary home prioritizes the views, with double-height ceilings and walls of windows and automatic sliding doors that open directly to the backyard. The open-plan living space also includes the contemporary kitchen, with a huge island and state-of-the-art appliances.

Other rooms include a massive TV room (there are 25 TVs throughout the house); a game room with a pool table and TVs; a golf simulator room; an office; a formal dining room with a temperature-controlled wine cellar; and a fourth bedroom that Sonders uses as a glamorous guest room. The master suite is like a luxury apartment, with a spa-inspired bathroom, a huge walk-in closet for Sonders, an outdoor shower, and a private lanai area.

While the couple is selling this property, they have already seen a nearby property where They plan to build an even bigger house, this time from scratch.De La Hoya and Sonders love the design process and creating a livable work of art. De La Hoya paid $14.6 million for his Las Vegas home in 2022 and spent millions on customizations. The property is managed by Zar Zanganeh of The Agency Las Vegas.

Source: Ambito

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