The insane mansion Wayne Gretzky sold to Lenny Dykstra back in the day — only to buy back years later — is back on the market … with the NHL legend asking a cool $23 mil!
The property is legendary … Wayne built the 13,300 square foot estate in Thousand Oaks, CA back in 2002 and sold it to Dykstra in 2007 for $18.5 million.
Remember, at the time Dykstra was being hailed as some sort of financial genius … when it reality, he wasn’t.
The ex-MLB star filed for bankruptcy in 2009 and the bank foreclosed on the home soon after.
The home was bought at a foreclosure auction in 2010 — only to hit the market again years later. Gretzky swooped in and picked it up in 2018 for $13.5 mil.
Now, Gretzky is selling it again — asking $22.9 … which (if he gets full asking) would put a cool $9.4 mil in his pocket.
NO WONDER THEY CALL HIM THE GREAT ONE!!
As for the house … it’s pretty rad. 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms — plus 2 guest houses.
It’s got a screening room, gym, game room, office, championship tennis court, outdoor entertainment area, wood-burning pizza oven, wood and gas barbecue, and formal gardens, according to the listing from Arvin Haddadzadeh of The Agency.
We’re guessing potential buyers must be pre-qualified before being allowed to get a tour of the property … which means the closest Dykstra will get to the property is viewing this gallery on our website.