Oscar De La Hoya Lists Knockout Vegas Mansion for $20M

Posted on: May 1, 2024, 02:33h. 

Last updated on: May 1, 2024, 02:47h.

Former boxing champ Oscar De Hoya is attempting to flip the Las Vegas abode he purchased only two years ago for a profit just north of $5 million. He paid $14.6 million for the home in May 2022.

The house that Oscar De La Hoya built measures 10,460 square feet — 8,051 on the inside and 2,409 on the outside — with five bedrooms, seven baths, and an eight-car garage. (Image: Blue Heron Homes, inset: marca.com)
The kitchen — not the separate butler’s kitchen. (Image: Blue Heron Homes)

De La Hoya, aka The Golden Boy, dominated the ring for years, winning 11 world titles in six different weight classes — along with a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. According to Forbes, De La Hoya earned $500 million during his 39-6-0 career, and is currently worth a cool $200 million.

Completed in 2023 by Las Vegas-based Blue Heron Homes, the one-story manse sits on close to an acre on a hill in the guard-gated MacDonalds Highlands enclave of Strip-adjacent Henderson, Nev. There are city, mountain, and Strip views.

The entry features a grand porte-cochère and water element. Just beyond are a spacious living area, kitchen, separate butler’s kitchen, a temperature-controlled wine room, and an outdoor living room with a fire pit.

The primary bedroom features a spa-inspired bath and a private garden with outdoor shower. (Image: Blue Heron Homes)

For those who get bored with views, it comes with golf simulator, game space, media room, home gym, hair salon, and wet bar. Outside are multiple pools, including one for laps, along with outdoor dining spaces with TVs.

No Coffee Kerfuffles

Floyd Mayweather defeats his future fellow Las Vegan, Oscar De La Hoya, in the 2007 match that made him boxing’s biggest star. (Image: bleacherreport.com)

De La Hoya hung up his gloves for good in 2009. Like his former ring rival, Floyd Mayweather, he entered a second career as a boxing promoter. De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Productions orchestrated the T-Mobile Arena rematch between middleweights Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin in 2018.

Mayweather paid $10M for a 16,357-square-foot mansion in Queensridge, in the northwest valley, in 2018. That’s about as far away from MacDonald Highlands as it’s possible to live and still be in the Las Vegas Valley — nearly 30 miles.

So, unfortunately for their neighbors, they never got to witness the two former foes accidentally running into each other at the local Starbucks.

But you never know where the Golden Boy is headed next.