Hot Property | Muhammad Ali
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Hot Property | New champ sought for onetime L.A. home of Muhammad Ali

Hot Property | Muhammad Ali

The Hancock Park home where late prize fighter Muhammad Ali lived after he retired from boxing in 1981 is for sale at $17 million.

 

 (Adam Latham)
Hot Property | Muhammad Ali

he Italian Revival-style home, designed by architect John C. Austin and dating to 1916, retains its original stone fireplaces, wood paneling and stained glass windows from Louis Comfort Tiffany.

 (Adam Latham)
Hot Property | Muhammad Ali

Highlights include a grand entry hall, a formal dining room, a living room with bay windows, a den with a wet bar and a rounded breakfast nook. On the side of the home, a half-circle sunroom receives light from glass ceilings.

 (Adam Latham)
Hot Property | Muhammad Ali

The landscaped grounds also hold a flagstone patio, a grassy yard and a series of fountains and lounges.

 

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Hot Property | John Kocinski

A Mediterranean mansion built on speculation by former motorcycle racer John Kocinski has hit the market in the Bird Streets are for $30 million.

 

 (Richard Horn)
Hot Property | John Kocinski

Designed by Richardson Robertson III, architect of the Fleur de Lys in Holmby Hills, the 9,000-square-foot home features a double-door entry, four bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

 (Richard Horn)
Hot Property | John Kocinski

Five fireplaces with hand-carved mantels are spread across the interior. Highlights include a family room full of built-ins, a living room that opens to a deck, a library, a movie theater and a wine cellar.

 (Richard Horn)
Hot Property | Jillian Michaels

Fitness entrepreneur Jillian Michaels has upped the asking price for home home on Malibu’s Las Flores Beach to $8.795 million.

 

 (Brandon Arant)
Hot Property | Jillian Michaels

The modern-style residence, built in 1990, features three floors of living, concrete finishes and walls of windows that take in ocean views.

 (Brandon Arant)
Hot Property | Jillian Michaels

The kitchen, which adjoins an ocean-view dining area, pairs designer cabinetry with a Caesarstone-topped island/bar.

 (Brandon Arant)
Hot Property | Jillian Michaels

On the main level, open-plan living spaces feature high ceilings, wood-paneled ceilings and retractable walls of glass that open to expansive decking.

 

 (Brandon Arant)
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