The sports announcer Andrés Cantor has a big goooooal ahead of him—selling his luxury condo in Los Angeles. The famed Spanish-language soccer play-by-play man is asking $3.4 million for his posh pad. He purchased the contemporary unit in 2010 for $1.48 million.
The broadcaster listed the high-floor apartment in 2015 for $3.1 million, but wasn’t able to sell it.
So it appears that the strategy now is to place the cool crib on the market—at a higher amount. Comparing the listing photos from today with the ones from five years ago, it appears that he’s also had the place staged and rephotographed with a lighter, contemporary look.
The condo is located in the 21-story Wilshire House, and the exclusive residential tower comes with wraparound balconies on every floor and includes a total of 63 units.
The fully renovated two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom floor plan features an open living room, a dining room, a fireplace, and a den that, as the listing description notes, could be converted into a third bedroom.
With 2,440 square feet, the “architectural designer residence” includes walls of glass that offer panoramic mountain, city, and ocean views. Sliding glass doors in the living area and bedrooms open out to balcony spaces for lounging or outdoor dining.
The custom-built Scavolini kitchen features top-of-the line appliances, as well as a windowed breakfast nook.
A spacious master suite opens out to a balcony, and is roomy enough to include a seating area, as well as a designer bathroom with two sinks and separate glassed-in shower and tub.
Other amenities include two parking spaces and in-unit laundry. Residents also enjoy building amenities, including a pool, gym, and tennis courts. Along with security, the building staff includes a concierge and valet parking, perks that celebrity or high net worth clientele will certainly appreciate.
Cantor announces soccer on NBC Universal’s Telemundo and Universo cable networks. He’s known for his signature drawn-out call of “Goooooal!” when a player hits the back of the net. He introduced his trademark celebratory call to a U.S. audience when he worked on the FIFA World Cup for Univision in the 1990s.
Mazda Hoghoughi with Elite Properties Realty holds the listing.
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