Manny Pacquiao Selling L.A. Home For $2.7 Million; Was On ‘Cribs’ [PHOTOS]



Former eight division champ Manny Pacquiao is one of the best boxers of all-time, but his career is nearing its end (especially considering what happened to him against Juan Manuel Marquez last time out).

While Pacquiao preps for his November bout against Brandon Rios, he’s perhaps also eying his post-fighting days: he’s selling his home in the Hancock Park section of Los Angeles for $2.7 million.

For that price you get a waterfall, Brazilian teak-wood floors and a coffee bar for those nights when you find yourself unconscious. Unfortunately, you don’t get the sweet “Hello Kitty” blankets currently on the beds in his kids’ room.

Be advised that the home was nearly burglarized in 2010 after it was featured on MTV “Cribs.” Good news/bad news: police stopped the robbery because they were in the neighborhood investigating another crime.

Highlights of Manny Pacquiao’s Los Angeles House:

• 5 bedrooms, 6 baths

• 4,275-square-feet

• 1.9 miles to Jumbo’s Clown Room

• 2.4 miles from Whole Foods

• 2.2 miles to Dr. Young Parkinson’s Center

[Manny Pacquiáo Lists LA Home — Realtor]

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