Boxing icon Manny Pacquiao is selling his house and lot in Los Angeles’ affluent Hancock Park neighborhood.

The five-bedroom Mediterranean style home is listed for $2.7 million and serves as Pacquiao’s home base whenever he has a fight in the United States.

Pacquiao bought the property in 2009 for a reported $2.17 million.

The two-story pad was built in 2008, featuring six baths, and nearly 4,275 square feet.

The home’s amenities include a gourmet kitchen with a built-in coffee bar and second-floor master suite with a glass shower and bathtub.

It also has an inside pool and spa and has fire and waterfall feature.

The property was once featured on MTV’s “Cribs,” after which burglars attempted to break in.

Four people were apprehended after police discovered a burglary in progress at the boxer’s home while Pacquiao was preparing for a fight in the Philippines.

Fortunately for Pacquiao, detectives of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, who were in the neighborhood investigating another crime, witnessed the break-in and thwarted the crime before anything was stolen.

The Filipino congressman representing the lone district of Sarangani has mansions in Forbes Park, Makati City; Lagao Village in General Santos City; and Brentville in Binan, Laguna.

He is scheduled for a bout at welterweight against Brandon Rios on Nov. 23 at the Venetian Macao Resort and Hotel.

This is his first fight to be held in China.

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