Before he won a gold medal in the 1996 Olympics and eight Grand Slam tournaments, tennis legend Andre Agassi grew up in a 1970s ranch-style home in Las Vegas.
Clocking in at nearly 3,000 square feet and outfitted with a tennis court out back, the property in the city’s Spring Valley neighborhood is now on the market for $749,888, listed with Randy Hatada of Xpand Realty & Property Management.
Agassi’s parents sold the four-bedroom, three-bath home to the current owners in 2004 for $300,000. The home went on the market in January for $798,000 and has since undergone a couple of price cuts.
A large, L-shape outdoor kitchen sits adjacent to the pool and comes complete with a sink, built-in grill, and plenty of counter space.
At the front of the home, the entryway’s pergola-like covering and a set of double doors provide a grand entrance. The open layout inside—connecting the chef-grade kitchen with the sprawling living room—is conducive to entertaining.
Dark finishes on cabinetry throughout the home, paired with earth-toned granite countertops, warm up this 1970s-era home, which has been extensively updated to reflect modern living.
A carport large enough to hold three cars as well as a two-car garage keep vehicles cool during Vegas’ warmer months.
Agassi, 48, was a dominant figure on the professional tennis landscape for two decades. He won the Australian Open four times and the U.S. Open twice. Although he only lived in Vegas until the age of 13, when he went to Florida for tennis academy, he’s kept ties with the city since his 2006 retirement. The Andre Agassi Foundation is based in Las Vegas and operates a charter school, among other initiatives.
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