Oscar De La Hoya Lists $20 Million Las Vegas Mansion For Sale

Former boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya has listed his Las Vegas home for $20 million. The 9,000-square-foot luxury mansion sits in the hills of Henderson, offering stunning views of Las Vegas and the surrounding mountains. Located at the end of a cul-de-sac in a gated community, the single-story home occupies nearly an acre and boasts 2,409 square feet of outdoor living space. De La Hoya, 51, an Olympic gold medalist known as the Golden Boy, purchased the five-bedroom home during its construction in 2022 for $14.6 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. Set in the foothills of the McCullough Mountains, the property includes a gym, trophy room, golf simulator, and wine room as well as a wet bar, hair salon, butler’s kitchen and huge sliding glass walls adding mountain and city views to the Strip views. Outside features include an infinity pool and lap pool, an outdoor living room and kitchen, fire lounges, a spa bath, an outdoor shower and a private garden lanai. Born and raised in East Los Angeles, Oscar’s parents moved from Mexico to the United States before Oscar was born in 1973. A child of a longtime boxing family including his grandfather, father and brother, Oscar began boxing at the age of six.