Prize fighter Manny Pacquiao is hanging up his gloves when it comes to his Los Angeles, Calif. mansion.
The boxer just listed his home, located in the affluent Hancock Park neighborhood, for $2.7 million. The two-story, Mediterranean-style property is spacious at five bedrooms and 5.5 baths, but perhaps its most luxurious room is the kitchen. It boasts gourmet appliances, a built-in coffee bar and a large kitchen island with a floating glass hood. Upstairs, the master suite balcony overlooks a pool and spa.
Pacquiao bought the home in 2009 for $2.17 million, according to public records.
Real estate blog Realtor.com, which first reported on the listing, notes that Pacquiao's home was featured in a TV episode of MTV "Cribs" in 2010. In the segment, Pacquiao describes the property as his home base whenever he's in the U.S. (Pacquiao is from the Philippines and just won a second term in congress there). He also shows off his trophy room and points out several pieces of art depicting him as a boxer and with his wife, Jinkee.
But with the home's MTV feature came unwanted attention from burglars, notes Realtor.com. Shortly after the episode aired, law enforcement in the neighborhood investigating an unrelated crime caught four people breaking into Pacquiao's property. He was not in the country at the time, and told the Associated Press through a rep that he was happy nothing was stolen.
With championships in eight weight classes, 34-year-old Pacquiao was once considered one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world, but some wonder whether his career is over. He will return to the ring in November to face Brandon Rios.
Check out the property's listing photos, courtesy of Realtor.com.