The 2004 Olympic silver medalist moved out of his Mammoth Lakes home earlier this year.
Want to live in the shadow of an Olympian?
If you’re in the market for a new house in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., Meb Keflezighi’s spacious, two-story dwelling is for sale.
Keflezighi moved to San Diego after the Mammoth Track Club went through a leadership change at the end of last year, and now he’s trying to sell his former home. It’s surrounded by wilderness and mountains, so finding a place to do hill repeats would not be a problem for the new owner.
The list price for the three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 1,663-square foot home is $649,000. The lot size is a mere .2 acres but the home offers stunning views — particularly from the deck that wraps around three sides of the house.
Keflezighi earned the silver medal in the marathon at the 2004 Olympics, and last summer at the London Games he finished fourth. A calf injury knocked him out of the Boston Marathon last month but in early May he ran the Healthy Kidney 10K, in which he placed ninth.
Keflezighi had planned to retire after the ING New York City Marathon this fall, but his injuries have prompted him to think about extending his career a bit longer.