Former tennis champion Pete Sampras and his wife, actress/model Bridgette Wilson-Sampras, have listed their enormous Thousand Oaks, CA home for $25 million. Sampras’ home has over 16,000 square feet of living space, which includes 13,000 sq ft in the main house, plus a 1,200 sq ft guest house and a 2,000-sq ft gym. And, it’s on 20 acres. That’s a lot of space. And, at $25 million, that’s a lot of bank (as my friend Britta would say).
Why Sampras is putting his year-old home on the market is anyone’s guess, but if you look at photos Sampras’ home, you will see expansive, open rooms with modern, clean lines and touches of teak and white oak, plus imported stone finishes. It has a tennis court, infinity pool, theater/game room, and poker room.
His home is part of the guarded and gated Lake Sherwood community, which is where retired baseball star Lenny Dykstra lost his home to foreclosure.
Sampras’ illustrious career over 15 years included 14 Grand Slam men’s singles titles, which was a record until Roger Federer surpassed it with a victory in the 2009 Wimbledon men’s singles tournament.
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