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Per the Review Journal, Andre Agassi has placed his house for sale, located at 4944 Spanish Heights Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89148 in the Spanish Hills gated community. Built in 1993, this 4 bed, 5 bath home is 4,573 square feet and comes with a tennis court, pool and spa. This luxury home is currently on the market for $2,390,000 and is two stories tall with a spacious luxury suite.
Enter through gigantic swinging doors that lead to an extensive inside anteroom. Roundabout steps lead to a private expert retreat on the upper level. It includes a spoiling shower, a custom-fitted storeroom/changing area, and a broad gallery that disregards the pool and tennis court, with inaccessible mountain vistas past. A two-sided chimney isolates the lounge room from the conventional feasting space, while a helpful drink bar adds to simplicity of engaging. The kitchen is an image of productivity with twofold divider broilers and a middle island with a supportive of style gas cooktop. See photos here.
This is not our listing. We are blogging about a newsworthy subject. The listing agent is Ivan G Sher with BHHS Properties. If you are interested in this house and have yet to secure a buyers agent, please reach out to us.
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Andre Kirk Agassi, born April 29, 1970, is an American former world No. 1 tennis player. In singles, Agassi is an eight-time Grand Slam champion and a 1996 Olympic gold medalist, as well as a runner-up in seven other Grand Slam tournaments. Since retiring after the 2006 US Open, Agassi has participated in a series of charity tournaments and continues his work with his own charity. On September 5, 2007, he was a surprise guest commentator for the Andy Roddick/Roger Federer US Open quarterfinal. He played an exhibition match at Wimbledon, teaming with his wife, Steffi Graf, to play with Tim Henman and Kim Clijsters. He played World Team Tennis for the Philadelphia Freedoms in the summer of 2009. At the 2009 French Open, Agassi was on hand to present Roger Federer, who completed his Career Grand Slam by winning the tournament and joined Agassi as one of six men to complete the Career Grand Slam, with the trophy.