Olympic medalist Steve Lewis makes a move on Redondo Beach home

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Four-time Olympic medal winner Steve Lewis has bought a new home in Redondo Beach for $1.69 million.

Built last year, the four-story contemporary has an open-plan living and dining room with 18-foot-tall ceilings, a stone fireplace and walls of glass looking out to one of three terraces. In the kitchen, modern fixtures top an island with seating for four.


The 3,100-square-foot living space also includes a bonus level with a wet bar and a full bath. Four bedrooms and 4.25 bathrooms includes a master suite with another fireplace and a retreat.

The property came to market in April for $1.849 million and was more recently listed for $1.699 million, records show. In November, the median sale price in Redondo Beach was $900,000, based on 75 sales, according to CoreLogic.

Anthony Kostelak of RE/MAX Estate Properties was the listing agent. Jane Liu-Baker of Keller Williams Realty represented the buyer.

Lewis, 47, ran for three Olympic gold medals and one silver in track and field in the 1988 and 1992 Games. The UCLA alum was inducted into the Bruins’ Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.

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