• Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    Tennis superstar Venus Williams is selling her L.A. house for $1.8 million. Set in the heart of Nichols Canyon, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on just under a half acre. She purchased the property for $1.9 million in 2005 and renovated the house, adding a new deck, floors, a fireplace, and hardware, turning it into a luxurious mid-century modern estate.
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    Williams, who is the older sister to tennis star Serena, is a three-time Olympic gold medalist. She competed in the longest finals match in Wimbeldon history (two hours and 45 minutes).
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    The pool overlooks Nichols Canyon. Williams and her sister, Serena, own other properties in Florida and the Los Angeles area.
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    The listing describes the home as a "mid-century post and beam home" that has "light-filled rooms with a great entertainment flow."
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    Williams' updated kitchen has "top of the line appliances" and a wine refrigerator, the listing states.
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    Williams' home has a gated private driveway.
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    The listing states that the home has "expansive canyon views."
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    Williams also is a designer. EleVen is her ready-to-wear clothing collection, which is sold in tennis pro shops, specialty boutiques and on Elevenbyvenus.com.
  • Venus Williams Lists LA Home for $1.8 million

    Williams is competing in the Australian Open tournament in Jan. 2014.
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