House Built by Wayne Gretzky, Purchased and ‘Completely Trashed’ by Lenny Dykstra Goes on Market for $15 Million (Photos)


HouseA 13,000-plus square foot mansion is up for sale in Thousand Oaks, Calif., for the cool price of $14,995,000 if anyone has some change to spare.

Adding to the draw of the luxurious mansion — outside of the swimming pool, theater room, beautiful mountain view and private tennis court — are the two previous owners. Wayne Gretzky originally owned the house, having it custom built by world-famous architect Richard Landry in 2002. He lived there with his family before moving to another spectacular mansion in Arizona.

Then, in 2007, former big league star and troublemaker Lenny Dykstra purchased the compound for a cool total of $18.5 million. After a failed attempt at flipping the house, Dykstra foreclosed, but not before reportedly “trashing the place.

Now, the home has undergone further renovations and remodeling, and is back on the market for those looking for a place in the exclusive Sherwood Country Club private, gated community. Along with the property, which includes two guest houses, you could potentially schmooze with neighbors such as Pete Sampras and Brittney Spears. And it’s all for the low, low price-tag of under $15 million.

Any takers?

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