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    Lindsey Vonn Slaloms Into a Fully Renovated Villa in Beverly Hills

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    Retired ski champion Lindsey Vonn and her fiance, P.K. Subban, have purchased a winning home in Beverly Hills, CA, according to Variety.

    The “reimagined” villa initially landed on the market in 2018 for $7.6 million. In 2019, the price dropped to $7.4 million and then $7.25 million last summer. Variety reports Vonn snagged it for $6.75 million. 

    Built in 1958, the Mediterranean-style home was “reimagined” by local design firm KNA Design. The result is a modern European design described as a “modernized oasis” in the listing. 

    Aerial view


    Living room

    Kitchen with double islands

    White walls to showcase art

    Backyard and pool

    Boasting four bedrooms and six bathrooms as well as “exceptional” ceiling heights, the glamorous interior spans 5,600 square feet. The high-end home includes enormous wall space for an art collection, a huge kitchen with double islands and bar seating, and a large living room with a fireplace. The spacious master suite includes dual baths and walk-in closets. 

    The half-acre property features natural light and Sunset Canyon views. The grounds include grassy spaces, patios, and a pool. Other perks include a new Crestron AV system for sound and lighting, with multiple high-definition security cameras. The home also comes with a LifeSource Water filtration system, Tesla charger, and three-car garage.

    The villa sale includes the furnishings. 

    Last year, Vonn placed her mountain retreat in Vail, CO, on the market for $6 million. It’s still available for $5.2 million, according to®. Vonn reportedly traded her home in Vail for a home in New Jersey to be with Subban, who plays for the New Jersey Devils. 

    In 2017, Vonn listed her smaller contemporary L.A. abode for $3.8 million. The property was sold in 2018 for $3.6 million.

    Vonn is one of the world’s most successful Alpine ski racers. She has won four World Cup overall championships, and was the first American woman to win gold in downhill at the 2010 Winter Olympics. She retired from the sport in 2019.

    Mia Trudeau with Hilton & Hyland held the listing.

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