Anna Kournikova’s former Miami Beach estate asks $14M

The former tennis pro sold the property in 2012 for $7M

Aug.August 11, 2018 09:00 AM

2345 Lake Ave and Anna Kournikova

Anna Kournikova’s former Miami Beach estate is up for grabs.

The current owners of the waterfront Mediterranean-style compound at 2345 Lake Avenue in the Sunset Islands are looking to sell the property for $14.25 million.

Kournikova, one of the best-known tennis players, sold the property in 2012 for $7.45 million to Ricardo Teixeira, former president of Brazil’s Football Confederation. Teixeira’s wife sold the home to MB Lake Avenue Property LLC, which is controlled by Robert Madden and Kathy Gasparis, according to property records.

The listing agent, Jorge Uribe of One Sotheby’s International Realty, declined to comment on the identity of the current owners. He said the owners decided to list the home because they are spending less time in Miami Beach. Forbes first reported the listing.

Luxury homebuilder Bart Reines developed the eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom estate on the 19,300-square-foot lot on Sunset Island III. It features a master suite with a private balcony and snack bar, an ivy-covered courtyard, a summer kitchen, two-story guest house, a second guest house with a kitchen, and service quarters. The property also includes 156 feet of water frontage and a dock. There is a basketball court, but no tennis court.

Kournikova and her partner, pop star Enrique Iglesias, reportedly still live in Miami Beach. She also owned a unit at the Portofino Tower. 

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