Andre Agassi’s Magnificent Tiburon Estate
Offered at: $21,000,000
Located in Tiburon, California, overlooking San Francisco Bay on 3.5 acres of exquisitely landscaped park-like grounds, Andre Agassi and his family shared this retreat-like compound where there is abundant recreational facilities, privacy, views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.
The Main Residence of approximately 10,500 sq. ft., originally constructed circa 1976 and lavishly remodeled and expanded from 1988 through 1998, includes an enormous master-suite wing, two guest suites (two bedrooms, two baths each), solarium, music room, theater and guest wing.
There are 2 pools, 3 spas, a hydrotherapy waterfall, hot-tub and cold tub, steam room, a stream, an outdoor fireplace and built-in barbeque and huge level lawn for golf practice.
Additional detached buildings include the guest quarters/office and/or gym, tennis court and cabana, the pool bar and the four-bedroom, four-bath staff house of approximately 2,500 sq. ft., with two fireplaces, two-car garage and separate gated entry.
Parking includes the four-car garage and three-car carport, both attached to the main residence, the two-car garage attached to the staff quarters and multiple-car parking available inside the motor court.
The property offers a total of eleven bedrooms, eleven full and two half baths. Also included in the estate is a half acre view lot valued at approximately $1.5 million.
Andre became a frequent visitor to Marin County since 1993 when he hired Brad Gilbert, a Marin resident as his coach and became the first un-seeded player since 1930 to win the US Open. The winning streak continued and he achieved a 73-9 record in 1995, winning the Australian Open and reaching the top ranked position in the world. He has won eight Grand Slam singles titles, and is one of only five players to have won all four Grand Slam events. He is considered by many tennis fans to be one of the most complete and natural talents tennis has ever seen. Andre is the only male player in the Open Era to have won every Grand Slam singles title, the Masters, the Davis Cup and the Olympic Gold medal. He is also the only player to be ranked in the Top 10 in three different decades.
In 2001 Andre married German world champion fellow player Steffi Graf and purchased this Tiburon home where they lived with their two children part of the time. On June 24, 2006, Andre announced his retirement and moved to his home base Las Vegas to focus on The Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation. This is a rare opportunity for a buyer to purchase the magnificent home of not just one but two of the greatest tennis champions in the world.