Wayne Gretzky resells mansion that once belonged to Lenny Dykstra for $17.6 million

By , Audacy

Wayne Gretzky has done it again.

No, he’s not suiting back up on the ice, but the Great One just sold his California mansion for the second time for a nice $17.6 million price tag, according to TMZ Sports, netting a $4 million profit.

The 13,300-square-foot estate has a bit of unique history.

Gretzky originally had the six-bedroom, eight-bath home built in 2002, which he then sold to former MLB star Lenny Dykstra five years later.

Dykstra, however, had some financial troubles and filed for bankruptcy in 2009 with the house being put up on a foreclosure auction in 2010.

Gretzky re-bought the mansion in 2013 for $13.5 million before putting it up for sale again in October of last year for $23 million.

The buyers of the mansion are Eric and Joanna Miller — the latter of whom is the daughter of disgraced former Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

They will be moving into a house that includes a screening room, gym, game room, office, championship tennis court, outdoor entertainment area, wood-burning pizza oven, wood and gas barbecue and formal garden, according to the listing from Arvin Haddadzadeh of The Agency.

View of Wayne Gretzky's mansion
Photo credit The Luxury Level/Carsten Schertzer
View of Wayne Gretzky's mansion
Photo credit The Luxury Level/Photog: Carsten Schertzer/Aerial: Jeremy Blair

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