Pacquiao bought the beautiful 4,273 square foot house way back in 2009 for $2.17 million.
If you are in the market for a new home on the West Coast you could do a lot worse than this Mediterranean-style home boxing great Manny Pacquiao has been trying to sell.
Then he tried to sell it in 2013 for $2.7 million. No one bought it. So he took it off the market only to put it right up for sale again in 2014, multiple times, at the same price. Still no buyers.
After losing his fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. in 2015, Pacquiao tried to sell it again for the same price, over and over and over again. No takers. In November of 2016, he finally took it off the market for good. Until now.
Fast forward six years to 2021 and Pacquiao’s home in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles is back up for sale, but this time he’s jacked the price up to $4.5 million. Interesting strategy.
According to the home’s listing on Realtor.com, here’s what the lucky buyer will get (and could have had for about $1.8 million less half a decade or so ago).
An absolutely gorgeous quintessential Mediterranean-style open layout two level property is located in the area of Hancock Park. You will find this contemporary home that is a work of outstanding artistry.
Upon entering, you will feel the seamless flow of the home which is perfect for entertaining and for family gatherings. The floor plan includes a bright and inviting living room, a large formal dining room. Connected to the living area is also a state of the art gourmet kitchen, with stainless steel appliances, Bosch French door refrigerator, Miele double ovens, warmer, oven and microwave.
The 4,273 sq. ft. house features high ceilings and boasts of 4 en-suite large bedrooms upstairs with spacious closets and 1 bedroom downstairs for your guests or parents. A luxurious master en-suite bedroom includes a walk-in closet, a sitting area and a balcony.
The backyard boasts of an entertainment area, sparkling pool and spa is perfect for alfresco dining.
This home is centrally located to restaurants, shopping, Paramount Studios, The Grove and Beverly Hills.
What could possibly be keeping potential buyers away? Heck, it was good enough for the only eight-division world champion in the history of boxing. At least until he moved into his new mansion in Beverly Hills.
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