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Retired Boxing Champ Manny Pacquiao’s L.A. Home Back on the Market

With the presidency of the Philippines in his sights, retired boxing nice Manny Pacquiao is trying to knock out a sale of his Los Angeles house. The Mediterranean-style abode is on the market for $4.5 million.

The champion fighter has been in the ring with this specific piece of actual property earlier than.

Currently serving as a senator in his place of birth, Pacquiao bought this property in 2009 for $2.17 million. He listed it in 2013 for $2.7 million. In 2015, after shedding his monumental bout in opposition to Floyd Mayweather Jr., Pacquiao tried promoting it once more at the identical worth. Six years later, the mansion is again with a better price ticket.

Located in Hancock Park, the two-level open ground plan measures 4,273 sq. toes, together with 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths.

The important stage options excessive ceilings and a wall of home windows. The lobby opens to a vivid front room with a fire, and the mezzanine stage overlooks the important ground. The spacious formal eating room is topped with an ornate chandelier.

The chef’s kitchen is supplied with stainless-steel home equipment, darkish wooden cupboards, and a white stone island.

The visitor bed room on the important ground might be used as an office or house fitness center.

Upstairs, the grasp suite features a walk-in closet, sitting space, and balcony.

Outside, the compact yard packs a punch with a pool, spa, and eating space.

The house is situated near eating places, retailers, Paramount Studios, the Grove shopping center, and Beverly Hills. It is, nevertheless, far, distant from the Philippines.

A senator of the Philippines since 2016, Pacquiao has announced he’ll run for president in 2022.

Pacquiao was the solely eight-division world champion in the historical past of boxing. A hero in his homeland, he additionally received 12 main world titles. In reality, his pay-per-view fights generated about $1.2 billion in income. The champ made the Forbes record of highest paid athletes in 2019 with earnings of $26 million.

Gina Bush with Home Team Realty holds the itemizing.

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