Shaun White is one of the most decorated competitive snowboarders in the history of the sport, with 18 Winter X Games medals and two Olympic gold medals to his name. But judging off his activities over the past month, it seems like White might be looking to broaden his interests beyond the slopes and into the business of flipping real estate.
As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Variety and Curbed New York, since the end of March, White has listed three separate properties for sale in San Diego, Los Angeles and New York City, respectively. (none of those cities, you’ll note, are exactly ski towns).
The properties roughly encompass a combined 9,200 square feet and have a combined asking price of around $18 million. So what, exactly, will that sum get you? Let’s take a look at all of the listings.
1300 Neptune Ave., Encinitas, CA 92024: $7,995,000
This four bedroom, five bathroom house is listed by Catherine Gilchrist-Colmar of Pacific Sotheby's International Realty and located in beautiful Encinitas, California — just south of White’s hometown of Carlsbad.
The 3,500-square-foot house is located atop a bluff overlooking the scenic Encinitas shoreline, and features private stairs down to the beach as well as a two-car garage, which will come in handy when trying to find parking during those busy summer weekends in North County San Diego.
425 East 13th St., New York, NY 10009: $2,799,000
This New York City penthouse features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a half-bathroom in the heart of the city’s East Village and is listed by Steve Duggan of Citi Habitats.
The listing website doesn’t offer much in the way of detail on the property other than the fact that it’s within walking distance of the historic Webster Hall, comes in an apartment building that features a rooftop pool and patio and offers 1,174 square feet of living space. Which, by East Village standards, is actually pretty spacious.
Unlisted, Los Angeles: $6,950,000
This Hollywood Hills contemporary is currently listed by Scott Bross of Duke Partners Properties and, in the interest of anonymity, doesn’t have a listed address.
But, in a phone conversation with GrindTV, Bross described the house as coming with stunning panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles, as well as 4,500 square feet, five bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half-bathrooms to stretch out your legs. As reported by Variety, one wall of the house features floor-to-ceiling glass.
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