LeBron James picked up the east coast (Los Angeles) abode for exactly $20,986,500 in November, shortly after selling his three-story waterfront property in Coconut Grove, Florida for $13.4 million.Custom built by mansion maven Ken Ungar in 2011, James’ newest home was originally built for a real estate developer and his family. While arguably not as large as what some many consider a mansion, the home comes with six bedrooms, a pool, a cabana and a deck.
The home’s living and dining rooms come each with their own fireplace, with the nearby kitchen leading into a large family room – making the residence a perfect place for James to spend time with family, friends or the whole team.
While each room features its own stunning details, the master bedroom – complete with a two-way fireplace, private sitting room, private terrace and marble bathroom – may be the shining star of the James family’s California home.
Another must-have for the beautiful Brentwood weather is the home’s inviting backyard. The home’s deep verandas – perfect for al fresco lounging and dining – serve as open-air cabanas overlooking the nearby lap-lane swimming pool.
James sealed the deal through a closed market sale just months after his summer movie debut. As for seeing him on the silver screen again, the ball is still in the air. James has literally built his career on the court, accumulating a net worth of $340 million through contracts, deals and sponsorship agreements.