The house that hockey built is back on the market!
Wayne Gretzky had this custom compound built for himself and his family back in 2002. They enjoyed the incredible estate for five years, before another athlete swooped in and purchased the 10,815-square-foot pad for $18.5 million in 2007.
Embattled former baseball player Lenny Dykstra inhabited the home (and did not, apparently, treat it well) before it was sold for auction in 2010.
The house, which is located behind the gates of Thousand Oaks' prestigious Sherwood Country Club Estates, was completely renovated by the new owners and is being offered for $15 million.
Besides having great bones (the house was designed by architect Richard Landry), and a pretty interesting backstory, the property also features panoramic views, two guest houses, a screening room, a fitness facility, a championship tennis court and more!
And if all of that isn't enough, this listing boasts another unique selling point—you could have some pretty prestigious block parties! Britney Spears recently bought an $8.5 million pad nearby, plus Pete Sampras and other celebs call this community home.