Former MLB Slugger Jose Canseco Lists His Luxurious Las Vegas Pad for $1.6M – News

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Former MLB outfielder Jose Canseco is trying to sell his luxurious Las Vegas property for $1.6 million.

The five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home is in an upscale, gated community and features over 5,100 square feet.

The residence last changed hands in 2021, when the baseball icon purchased it for $1.1 million. Canseco put it back on the market in September 2023 for $1.7 million and cut the price by $100,000 a month later. Six months later, the home is still available.

According to the listing details, Canseco spent over $220,000 renovating the property, which is a short drive from downtown Las Vegas. In August 2023, he also put his car wash business in Vegas up for sale. That business is still operating under his name but has garnered just two measly stars on Yelp. - José Canseco 1
The home has a vibrant tile roof and a colorful driveway.


Las Vegas luxury

From the vibrant Spanish-tile roof to the meticulously manicured front lawn, this house has serious curb appeal.

It’s nestled in a private cul-de-sac and has electric fence-enclosed front and back yards.

Just beyond the front door is a dramatic, curved staircase and a double-height ceiling. A formal living room with a marble fireplace and large, arched window is off to one side. - José Canseco - José Canseco 2
Dramatic staircase and double-height ceilings

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Marble fireplace in the formal living room


The kitchen features top-of-the-line Wolf appliances, custom cabinets, and a wine fridge. It also offers a seated counter and is flanked by an adjacent sitting room with a coffered ceiling.

A formal dining room with a glossy tile floor is perfect for special-occasion family meals. - José Canseco - José Canseco 4
Wolf appliances take center stage in the gourmet kitchen.

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Enjoy meals in the formal dining room.


Gorgeous guest suite

The bedrooms are large and impressive, with the primary suite offering enough space for a sitting area. The main bathroom is particularly luxe, with its wraparound marble vanity and glass-enclosed shower.

Overnight visitors are sure to enjoy one of the lower-level bedrooms, which has a bathroom and outdoor access.

There’s also a megasized walk-in closet, laundry room, and fitness studio.

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The primary suite has a generously sized sitting area.

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An en suite bathroom features a curved vanity and glass shower.


Meanwhile, the large backyard awaits with an in-ground pool, a koi pond, built-in barbecue, and low-maintenance artificial grass.

Additionally, there’s an attached, two-bedroom casita with a full kitchen, living and dining areas, a bathroom, fireplace, and private front entrance. The casita also offers backyard access. - José Canseco - José Canseco 8
A pool, koi pond, and built-in barbecue area round out the backyard.


Canseco, 59, made his big-league debut with the Oakland Athletics in 1985 and became the first player to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases in the same season—1988. In 1992, he was traded to the Texas Rangers and went on to play for five other teams in his 17-year career. He’s a two-time World Series champion, six-time All-Star, and 1988 AL MVP.

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