Gold Medal Approved! See Shaun White's Home With Stunning Oceanside Views: Photos
Olympic gold medalist Shaun White didn't take home a win after selling his Malibu, Calif., home — which was listed by Aaron Kirman and Christopher Cortazzo/Compass for $8,000,000 on November 25 after he purchased the property for a whopping $10,750,000 in 2016.
The snowboarder previously sold his other Malibu home for $11,800,000 last year, which he bought from Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss. White bought the stunning property six years prior for $8,940,000 and once rented the retreat to singer Frank Ocean.
Luckily, White still has a place to keep his snowboarding gear at one of his other three properties. The 34-year-old owns two Los Angeles, Calif., homes and a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom New York City apartment, which he purchased in 2014 for $2,895,000.
Scroll through to see White's former home with breathtaking views.
The secluded and stunning three-bedroom, two-bath Point Dune retreat has been remodeled with the utmost attention to detail.
The bright and cozy living room boasts hardwood floors, a fireplace and crisp white walls.
The open-concept dining room is just steps away from the outdoor terrace with enchanting views of the Pacific ocean.
White's abode is an entertainer's delight, as there is plenty of room for guests to enjoy a homemade meal and watch the sunset.
The spacious gourmet chef's kitchen offers generous counter space, professional appliances and a built-in breakfast nook with views of the manicured property and ocean.
The bedrooms include great scale, serene views and their own private entrances to the extraordinary lawn.
One of the two bathrooms features a separate shower and built-in bath with marble countertops.
The charming family room on the lower level can serve as a separate guest space, office or media room with direct access to the impeccable outdoors.
The expansive property with covered terrace, built-in BBQ, sparkling pool, spa and lawn serves as the ultimate oasis.
The views don't get better than this.