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Where Does Shaun White Live? His Real Estate Portfolio

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Shaun White perfectly represents the liveliness and brightness seen in the mountain resort industry. Combining his success in skateboarding, Shaun White has houses that are perfect for his snowboarding or skateboarding career. So, where does Shaun White live?

There is no direct answer as to where Shaun White currently resides. Over the years, Shaun has bought and sold various real estate properties. Money magazine reports he had several homes: a condo in Park City, Utah, a $10.75 million mansion on the gorgeous Point Dume in Malibu, and the house next door, which he was renting out at the time for $17,500 per month.

Although White may be best known for his mountain flips, the extreme sportsman has also established a reputation by purchasing and selling some incredible properties worldwide. Keep reading to know about some of the homes this Olympic gold medal winner owned.

Who is Shaun White?

Shaun Roger White, a former professional snowboarder and skateboarder from the United States, was born to Cathy and Roger in San Diego, California, on September 3, 1986. He has competed in five Olympics and won three Olympic gold medals in half-pipe snowboarding.

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The Olympic gold medalist, who is said to be dating Nina Dobrev, now holds the record for the snowboarder with the most gold medals at both the summer and winter X Games. Additionally, he has received 10 ESPY Awards throughout his career in different categories.

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The Male Action Sports Athlete award winner has a net worth of $65 million, thanks to his numerous endorsements and legendary snowboarding heritage. In addition, he has gotten into a number of business ventures, and real estate is one of them.

Where Does Shaun White Live?

As stated, there is no simple answer to where the five-time olympian currently lives. However, Shaun White, a native of San Diego and a two-time Olympic gold medalist, is renowned for having a keen eye for buying and remodeling houses.

Known as "the Flying Tomato" because of his fiery red hair, the Olympic gold medalist Shaun White is passionate about maintaining a house's historic features. Here are some of the houses he has owned in the past.

1. Malibu, California

Shaun White, a snowboarder who won the gold medal at the Olympics, owned this stunning property in Malibu, California. This oceanfront residence is situated on a full acre of land.

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This Point Dume home has its own gates and exudes luxury at every turn. There are hardwood floors, a fireplace, a sizable outside terrace with lovely Pacific Ocean views, and more.

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The grounds of the house feature a covered terrace, an integrated grilling system, a pool, a jacuzzi, and stunning landscaping.

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The 1948-constructed craftsman home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a living room of around 2,000 square feet, all on an acre of property. Inside, there is a sizable open-concept living area with hardwood floors, a lovely fireplace, and walls of windows.

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For those evenings and days when Shaun White would prefer to eat outside, the dining area opens onto the terrace.

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The gourmet kitchen includes a built-in breakfast nook where your loved ones can sit as they chat with you while you cook. Clean white cabinets contrasted with dark counters and a subway tile backsplash define the gourmet kitchen.

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All of the bedrooms in the oceanfront home have breathtaking ocean views and are also open to outdoor spaces. The bathroom in the master bedroom, which includes a comfortable tub and a separate glass shower, is where is a great place for Shaun White to unwind when inside.

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The family room below, which features doors that open to create an indoor/outdoor living atmosphere, provides more space for entertaining.

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Shaun White purchased a Malibu ranch home with three bedrooms for $8.94 million in 2014, and then in 2020, he sold it for $11.8 million. White simultaneously listed his other Malibu residence with a $12.75 million asking price.

2. Los Angeles, California

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Shaun White was living in a brand-new Hollywood Hills construction when he fell in love with the classic mid-century modern house right next door. The owner, Helen, unfortunately, passed away, and the Olympic gold medalist bought the house from the children.

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Instead of demolishing the house, he wanted to restore it to honor her memory. The A-frame house had never been remodeled and yet maintained all of its original features, including floor-to-ceiling windows, pebble stone floors, and wood-clad walls.

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He collaborated with upscale local builder Lyons Development to open up the space and upgrade finishes with the shared objective of maintaining the home's character.

White also collaborated with Rusty Wadatz Design, Williams Sonoma Home, and other companies to improve his ultimate vision through finishes, furniture, and accessories.

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The European-style kitchen cabinets pay tribute to the mid-century foundations in a contemporary way. To create a professional cooking environment, the brand-new 36-inch Rise range with brass accents and a matching 36-inch hood does the job. In addition, the bathroom faucet hangs like a stunning piece of jewelry.

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The house complimented White's large collection of ultra-hip art with amazing furniture and accessories, including a free-formed, hand-carved onyx bowl.

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The tone blue wall is grounded by the Fanti rug from Lindstrom Rugs. The ideal bathroom vanities complement the Terrazzo tiles in the master bath. The hand-knitted pieces give the room a playful pop of color and texture.

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Shaun sold this gorgeous home and got $6.7 million for his 4,500 square-foot Hollywood Hills residence in 2017.

Conclusion

Shaun White is a kind of undercover real estate tycoon who owns several lavish mansions worldwide. However, he also sold off other properties, such as the Hollywood Hills mansion and his East Village penthouse in New York City, which had been on and off the market for several years.

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Brenda Nyawara is an editor at Archute. She is a graduate architect with a passion for edge-cutting ideas in design, fashion, art and modern world interests.