Lenny Dykstra in Thousand Oaks, Estate of the Day
Add another to our list of celebrity slow sellers. Move Trends reports that Lenny Dykstra's home has had a steep discount since it first hit the market last June for $24.95 million. The retired baseball player bought the Thousand Oaks, California home from another retired player, Wayne Gretsky, for $18.5 million in 2007. The six-bedroom neo-Georgian home in the Lake Sherwood area has a guest house, carriage house, tennis courts, pool, spa and gym on 6.69 acres. The home was designed by architect Richard Landry and has a home theater, billiards room and an elaborate slightly fussy decor. The home is now listed at just $16.5 million (or for rent for $55,000). I wonder if the deep discount has anything to do with the rumors of trouble about Dykstra's magazine, The Players Club.
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Gallery: Lenny Dykstra in Thousand Oaks