Anthony Davis has bought a new property in the upscale Bel-Aire neighborhood of Los Angeles. The house is reportedly worth $32 million.
AD has been a member of the Los Angeles Lakers for 2 years now. The 28-year-old forced a trade to LA in order to team up with LeBron James and win a championship.
AD’s dream has since been fulfilled, and he’s followed that up by putting pen to paper on a supermax contract. This new deal could earn him up to $195 million in these 5 seasons, and will enable him to scale up his brand and lifestyle.
Davis previously owned a mansion in the Westlake Village locality of Los Angeles. He sold this house for a loss of over $1 million a few months back.
The Brow didn’t actually live in that Westlake Village house, preferring to rent in the Bel-Aire locality. And it now seems that the 6’10” forward is making the area his permanent home during his time in Los Angeles.
Anthony Davis Renting $14 Mil Bel-Air Mansion, Welcome to L.A. https://t.co/WaQgoyzrd8
— TMZ (@TMZ) July 20, 2019
Anthony Davis finalizes his purchase of a new home in Bel-Aire
AD’s newest crib has reportedly set him back by a sum of $32 million. It seems the All-Star has financed a $20 million mortgage on the property over a period of 30 years.
The house has been built over an area covering 16,700 square feet. It has 8 bedrooms and 8 full bathrooms over the 3.5 acre expanse, and comes with the high ceilings characteristic of villa-style mansions in the area. It also has an Olympic-sized swimming pool and an indoor basketball court.
This property was previously owned by entrepreneur Ted Foxman, who bought it for a sum of $16 million in 2016 and spent copious sums of money on renovating it. Its $32 million price point seems to be a result of these renovations.