Lakers superstar LeBron James has listed his Brentwood mansion in westside Los Angeles for sale at a listed price of $20 million.
Built in 2017, the 9500 square foot estate has been described thus on a real estate website:
“Dubbed a “masterpiece of light and design”, the eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom estate boasts an ultra-modern aesthetic, complete with marble countertops and walls, natural French oak floors sourced from Spain, and a neutral color palette focused on white.”
“The property houses a gated driveway, a custom chef’s kitchen, showroom-level walk-in closets, a private patio in the master bedroom, rooftop terrace, theater room, wine cellar, cigar lounge, onyx bar, indoor/outdoor gym, spa (complete with steam room, sauna, shower, and massage room), oversized pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, guest quarters, and an “auto gallery”—a fancy name for a garage.”
Lakers fan jokes about how this news could be received by haters of LeBron James
There’s nothing for Lakers fans to even be remotely worried about, obviously. James has owned multiple homes in the area for quite a while. He recently bought a 13,000 square-foot mansion in Beverly Hills, which will likely be his primary house.
James has put his Brentwood estate on sale for a listed price of $20 million, having bought it for $23 million. He had gotten the previous estate remodeled. Properties of this size are often taken mainly for the lot value, as a lot of owners opt to remodel them according to their taste.
Anthony Davis recently sold a mansion he’d bought a few years earlier for a loss of over $1 million. It’s just the nature of the luxury housing segment.
@TheProducerRG Let the NBA rumor- mill begin. Could this be a sign Lebron is looking to Team Up elsewhere, in an effort to beat the Nets, because he doesn’t trust AD’s health? 🤣🤣🤣🤣https://t.co/juNomfPtkQ
— Tony The Street Sports Analyst (@streetanalyst82) March 2, 2021
James and co have regrouped to win their last 2 games on the bounce. Dennis Schroder’s return has allowed James to play at his dominant best again. James is gaining some more ground back in the MVP race after losing during their 4-game slide.
With Anthony Davis back, the Lakers will again be in contention for the #1 seed.