Celebrated boxer Muhammad Ali's former Los Angeles home valued at $ 17 million is up for sale.
The Italian Renaissance mansion has hosted celebrities from Sylvester Stallone to former US president Barrack Obama and his wife Michelle, Michael Jackson and Clint Eastwood.
According to 55 Fremont's official site, portions of the original interior were decorated by Louis Comfort Tiffany.
The stunning stained glass Tiffany windows have been meticulously maintained and kept throughout the ages.
The 100-year-old house boasts 14,449 square feet of living space and was listed on what would have been the prolific boxer's 77th birthday, following his death in 2016.
Wall Street Journal states the nine-bedroom exquisite historic estate is located in the leafy suburbs of the Hancock Park neighborhood and sits on 1.5 acres.
Ali and his wife, Veronica Porch Ali purchased the mansion towards the end of Ali's last days in the ring as a professional boxer.
There is one particular room that has skylights and huge wall-to-wall windows perfect for star gazing, and the former champ actually kept over a dozen exotic birds in an aviary in the home.
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