Being hot pays! Anna Kournikova sells $9 million mansion
Former tennis player Anna Kournikova is selling her massive mansion. Interested? You can pick it up for a cool $9.4 million.
It sounds like being a hot tennis player pays off. Former tennis pro Anna Kournikova is selling her Florida mansion that is fully loaded with beautiful features -- minus a tennis court!
The 6,600-square-foot home does have seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a pool and sauna, as well as a two-story guest house. The ivy-covered and waterfront house is described as "perfect for outdoor entertaining." The pool features a coral rock deck, covered entertainment area and an outdoor kitchen.
The house was built in 2000 and features beautiful Spanish architecture, hardwood floors, a living room with a fireplace and beautiful arched windows.
No word yet where Kournikova is moving -- or if she and her boyfriend Enrique Iglesias plan on moving in together. The couple started dating in 2001 after she appeared in his music video, yet say they are perfectly happy not being married.
Kournikova retired from tennis in 2003 due to a chronic back injury, however, she continues to make money from modeling and other promotional commitments.