According to Big Time, tennis star Pete Sampras and his actress wife Bridgette Wilson-Sampras have put their 10,376-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $25 million. They purchased the home, which is at 825 Loma Vista Drive, in 2001 for $8.3 million, particularly drawn to its quiet tennis court.
Over a year later, they put the house on the market for $8.9 million, describing it as 8,200 square feet, but later took it off. Since then, they have expanded and remodeled the mock Tudor manse, which was originally built in 1933, adding 2,100 square feet to it. It features, 12 baths, exquisite detailed finishes throughout, a professional theater, an office/library, maid's quarters, a master suite with sitting room, his and hers baths, and a sun deck," in addition to "magnificently landscaped grounds, a north/south tennis court, a putting green, play areas, and a pool." There's no word on why Sampras is selling the home, but I wouldn't be surprised if the poor housing market is affecting celebs and tennis stars, too. Or maybe he's just bummed that his $25 million home sits on only 1.04-acre; I'd say that qualifies as a fault. To see photos of the Sampras's shelter, read more