Wayne Gretzky re-selling $22.9 million mansion that once also belonged to Lenny Dykstra


The Great One is ready to put his luxurious southern California mansion up for sale…again.

Wayne Gretzky and his wife, Janet, are back on the real estate market after listing their 6.5-acre property located in the prestigious Sherwood Country Club community in Thousand Oaks, Calif. at a whopping $22.9 million.

Arvin Haddad with The Agency holds the listing.

The Gretzkys built the Colonial Revival-style mansion in 2002 with the help of architect Richard Landry and lived their for five years before it was sold to former MLB star Lenny Dykstra in 2007 for $18.5 million, according to realtor.com.

Dykstra lost the property in 2010 in bankruptcy proceedings and it was auctioned for $760,712 to a new buyer, who picked up the nearly $12 million owed on the property.

After a rotation of different owners, the Gretzkys bought the property again in 2018 for $13.5 million – five million less than what they sold it for to Dykstra in 2007.

The 13,276-foot property is newly remodeled and consists of a main residence and two guest houses. It has six bedrooms, eight baths and outdoor amenities include a championship tennis court, swimming pool, outdoor entertainment area, wood burning pizza oven, wood and gas barbecue and formal gardens.

Inside includes the master suite with a sitting room and dual baths, screening room, fitness facility, billiards room, office and a spa.

The views overlook the Santa Monica Mountains and Lake Sherwood.

A view of Wayne Gretzky's mansion for sale.
Photo credit The Luxury Level/Carsten Schertzer
A wide shot of Wayne Gretzky's mansion with the Santa Monica Mountains
Photo credit The Luxury Level/Photog: Carsten Schertzer/Aerial: Jeremy Blair
Aerial shot of the property owned by Wayne Gretzky in Thousand Oaks, CA
Photo credit The Luxury Level/Jeremy Blair
A view of the Santa Monica Mountains
Photo credit The Luxury Level/Carsten Schertzer

Follow RADIO.COM Sports
Twitter | Facebook I Instagram