Boxing World Champion Beibut Shumenov Puts Spacious Vegas Manse on the Market for $4.5M

Boxing World Champion Beibut Shumenov Puts Spacious Vegas Manse on the Market for $4.5M

Published: March 28, 2019 | By: American Luxury Staff

Champion Kazakhstani boxer Beibut Shumenov is throwing his hat in the real-estate ring with the listing of his Las Vegas mansion. The pro pugilist is looking for a buyer with $4.5 million.

The spacious mansion was built in 2008, and located in the luxurious Sahara Estates neighborhood. Shumenov’s property is situated in a flashy faux-fertile upscale gated community, and parked right on the shores of an artificial lake.

The 9,400 square footer features six bedrooms. The home is ideal for entertaining, with expansive main living and dining areas capped by soaring ceilings and executed in a grandiose, warm design style. The double-height living room with its stylish exposed beams and grand fireplace makes a statement all on its own.

The kitchen receives rich wood cabinetry, brick accents, top-of-the-line range, and large granite island. A casual dining space, formal living room, wine cellar and home theater/entertainment lounge with wet bar are a few other highlights of the home.

And, for warm-weather recreating? A second-floor terrace with lake views, and a swimming pool with a slide for cooling off.

Shumenov has held the WBA cruiserweight title since last year. He was the light heavyweight champ for four years earlier in the decade.

   
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