Volleyball’s Karch Kiraly aces the sale of his San Clemente home
Volleyball great Karch Kiraly has sold his ocean-view house in a gated community of San Clemente for $3.55 million.
The renovated home, built in 2000, features light oak hardwood flooring throughout its multi-level, open-concept floor plan. The kitchen has been updated with marble counters and refinished cabinetry.
The 3,858 square feet of interiors include a living room with a sleek fireplace, four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a powder room. The master suite is outfitted with dual walk-in closets. The two-basin master bathroom features a double shower, a free-standing tub and heated towel racks.
The two lower-level guest suites also have walk-in closets and open to the backyard, which has an outdoor shower. Multiple decks add outdoor living space.
Set in a coastal canyon in La Ladera, the house is near the ocean and beach trails.
Kiraly, 58, is head coach of the U.S. women’s national volleyball team.
Three-time Olympic gold winner bought the quarter-acre property in 2001 for $1.425 million.
Lynnea Leon of Tarbell Realtors was the listing agent. Robert Christie of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer.
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