Boxing champ Andre Berto hits up Beverly Hills manse for $7M

Welterweight champ paid more than $3 million under asking

Mar.March 01, 2017 03:45 PM
Andre Berto, Beverly Hills home (MLS/Getty Images)

Former World Boxing Council welterweight champion Andre Berto made the ultimate deal – picking up a Beverly Hills mansion north of Sunset Boulevard for $6.6 million, or $1,345 a square foot, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom contemporary home was designed by Bravia Design and features disappearing glass doors/walls, smart technology, a media room and several outdoor patios.

The home first listed last year with an asking price of $9.8 million before dropping to $7 million in December. The seller is not known but records show the home last sold for $3 million in 2014, according to the L.A. Times.

Berto has won the WBC welterweight title twice. He recently beat former titleist Victor Ortiz in 2016 and is in talks to fight International Boxing Federation welterweight champ Shawn Porter this year. [LAT] — Subrina Hudson

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