Celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson has high-kicked his longtime Beverly Hills estate onto the market with a $21.5 million pricetag. Having bought it for $9.3 million back in 2012, the perennially fit gym rat stands to make a considerable profit if he gets anywhere near his ask.
Peterson is one of, if not the, most sought-after trainer in the world and famously helped sculpt the toned bodies of Khloe Kardashian, Sylvester Stallone, and Kate Beckinsale. He’s also the L.A. Lakers’ Director of Strength and Endurance and has lucrative partnership deals with sports brands like Propel/Gatorade, Adidas, SmartFit, MitoQ, Theragun and SleepScore Lab — just to name a few. So it’s not certainly not wholly surprising that the Houston native can also afford a lavish mansion worthy of the superstars he trains.
Of course, it’s also certainly worth noting that Peterson bought the house for $9.3 million in cash shortly following his divorce from Janet Crown, a billionaire heiress to the Chicago-based Crown family fortune, which includes stakes in manufacturing, real estate, and defense contractor General Dynamics.
Peterson’s former home is located in the heart of the Beverly Hills Flats neighborhood, on a roomy half-acre lot not far from the Sunset Strip’s glitz and glamour. Built in the style of a grand Mediterranean villa, the plush mansions spans nearly 9,200 square feet with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, plus a two-story guesthouse with another two beds and baths.