Boxing great Oscar De La Hoya — currently at work as a promoter of the noble art — has a new pad in pugilism promotion ground zero, a.k.a. Las Vegas. According to Dirt, the champ spent $14.6 million on the property earlier this year, securing five bedrooms and six baths amid 10.460 sq. ft. of combined living area for himself.
The modern-inspired contemporary is a new addition to the MacDonald Highlands landscape. It’s a moody cove of a home, with greyscale toning inside and out. It begins with a porte-cochere point of entry, transitioning to a leisurely but strident front walk past landscaping and a water feature.
The home’s interiors are a cavalcade of surface and evocations of space. It’s a somewhat cryptic abode, with the kitchen nearly an abstraction. Partial walls bring some room-to-room definition to the house. The way line is used is engaging, and the property’s landscaping blueprint brings flora and water into the indoor living spaces for a sense of incorporation with the natural world.
A lap pool, fire lounge, and outdoor kitchen list among the property’s exterior amenities. A gym, wet bar, guest wing, and ‘digital den’ dress up the interior spaces with recreational options.