A timeless estate, Wayne Gretzky's former mansion in Thousand Oaks, California is on the market again for nearly $15 million, this 13,276-square-feet estate, designed and built in 2002 for the Canadian hockey legend by famed architect Richard Landry.
A gated entry leads you to a circular driveway with a scenic backdrop of the majestic mountains and breathtaking panoramic views of Lake Sherwood.
Offering the utmost in luxury, with a chic Metropolitan vibe. This newly remodeled spectacular home offers privacy and security, set on a 6.5 acre promontory within the prestigious gates of Sherwood Country Club.
Exquisite attention to detail and artisan craftsmanship is found in each and every room.
screening room, fitness facility, office, championship tennis court, outdoor entertainment area wood burning pizza oven, wood and gas BBQ, promenade terraces & gardens.
Amenities include a master suite with sitting room and dual baths, The residence includes 6BD, 8BA, with 2 guest houses.
Located within the 24 hour guard gated Sherwood Country Club Estates, home to the world famous signature golf course and country club often called the ultimate living experience.
The mansion was sold by Gretzky to former Major League Baseball star Lenny Dykstra for $18.5M at the height of the housing boom. but lost it to foreclosure, Business Insider reported.
"The privacy of the property and community is a major draw for celebrity buyers," according to listing agent Joyce Rey.
Check out the property for yourself.
Listing courtesy of Joyce Rey, Coldwell Banker-BH South
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