Fighter Tito Ortiz lists Huntington Beach house after break-in

Fighter Tito Ortiz lists Huntington Beach house after break-in

Longtime UFC fighter Tito Ortiz is asking $4.8 million for his Mediterranean-style residence in Huntington Seaside, the town the place he served as mayor professional tempore final 12 months.

The itemizing arrives a number of months after the home was burglarized. In June, TMZ reported that thieves ransacked the Davenport Island residence and stole a protected whereas Ortiz was away.

A Huntington Seaside native, Ortiz grew to become politically energetic locally when he ran for Metropolis Council in 2020 and received an open seat. He briefly served as mayor professional tempore but resigned in June 2021, citing private assaults after a controversial stretch that noticed him communicate out towards masks utilization through the pandemic and file for unemployment towards the town regardless of not having his hours minimize.

The residence boasts a waterfront spot on Huntington Seaside Harbor and takes benefit with a 50-foot non-public dock. Inside are 4 bedrooms and three.5 loos in practically 4,000 sq. ft, together with a pair of major suites full with balconies.

Different highlights embrace a wine cellar and dramatic lobby with a sweeping staircase below 20-foot ceilings. Out again, a column-lined patio hovers above the water.

Baron Bershaw of Compass holds the itemizing.

Nicknamed the Huntington Seaside Dangerous Boy, Ortiz made his combined martial arts debut in 1997 and have become the UFC gentle heavyweight champion three years later. He quickly grew to become a face of the game and was inducted into the UFC Corridor of Fame in 2012.

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