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Sugar Ray Leonard & Cher’s First Mansions

Sugar Ray Leonard's first estate

Sugar Ray Leonard’s longtime estate is now on the market at $51.995 million, and Cher’s first mansion has been reduced from $180 million to $115 million.

“Sugar Ray Leonard Lists His LA Estate”

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Sugar Ray Leonard, Olympic Gold Medal boxing champion in 1976 and named ‘Boxer of the Decade’ in the 1980s, purchased just under two acres of land with ocean and canyon views in 1993. In 1997, Sugar Ray and his wife, Bernadette, built their knockout mansion home measuring in at 16,773 square feet with seven bedrooms. Designed with different wings planned for various types of entertaining from small intimate gatherings to full-blown fundraisers, it is now for sale at $51.995 million. The listing agent is Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills.

“Sonny & Cher, Tony Curtis & Marilyn Monroe Lived Here”

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One of Southern California’s most notable celebrity mansions on the largest acreage in Holmby Hills is for sale at a reduced price of $115 million, down from an eye-popping $180 million. Famous former owners include Tony Curtis who died during his tenure there and Cher who wanted the mansion as soon as she saw it when attending a party Curtis gave. She had to wait seven years before it was available and she immediately snapped it up. The listing agents are Sally Forester Jones, Tyrone McKillen and Tomer Fridman of Compass, Beverly Hills and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills.

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