Wayne Gretzky's former mansion is on the market again for nearly $15 million, according to the Toronto Star.

In 2002, the Canadian hockey legend had the Thousand Oaks, CA house built by architect Richard Landry, NESN.com said. Lenny Dykstra, former Major League Baseball star, later bought it in 2007 for $17.5 million, but lost it to foreclosure, Business Insider reported. He also trashed it, reports say.

The mansion sits on 6.5 acres, and includes five bedrooms, separate guest houses (one is a gym), an outdoor pizza oven, a pool and a tennis court.

"The privacy of the property and community is a major draw for celebrity buyers," according to listing agent Joyce Rey.

Check out the property for yourself.

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