Retired tennis pro Andre Agassi has put one of his Las Vegas homes up for sale. Agassi — who took eight Grand Slam titles during his auspicious career — listed the four-bedroom, 4,573 sq. ft. Mediterranean-inspired property with an asking price of $2.39 million. The property served as a training ground during his active years.
The .62-acre corner lot allows for an easy-in, easy-out port-cochere; entering the home, the towering mass that dominates the façade translates inside into a voluminous great room. Pale beige stone floors and a nearly uninterrupted coat of blazing white give the room an ethereal feel. Varied wall niches and a centerpiece, three-sided gas fireplace add visual interest.
The master suite’s terrace overlooks the backyard; beyond the pool and tennis court are mountain views. The home is situated within Spanish Hills Estates, a guard-gated community on the west side of the city.
Agassi belongs to a rarified breed of champions who clinched all four Grand Slam titles—the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open; the career Grand Slam notably eluded arch-nemesis Pete Sampras. Agassi additionally won Olympic gold, the year-end Tour Finals, the Davis Cup, and reached the number one position in the ATP rankings. Bafflingly, wife and tennis legend Steffi Graf won more…of nearly everything. Today, Agassi is dedicated to helping at-risk youth through the Andre Agassi Foundation for Education.