Unveiling the Astonishing $103 Million Property Empire of LeBron James

The LA Lakers star owns a number of magnificent residences.

LeBron James’ real estate portfolio

LeBron James’ Beverly Hills mansion

LeBron spent $36.8 million on a massive, 13,000-square-foot Beverly Hills property made up of at least four separate buildings in 2020, which was his most recent home purchase. LeBron purchased the house from its most recent owners, Bill and Lee Phillip Bell, who co-created the serial operas The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless. The house formerly belonged to Katharine Hepburn.

The Mediterranean-style house, built in the 1930s, with 2.5 acres of property and breathtaking views of Los Angeles. It has four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, a screening room, seven fireplaces, and complete walls of glass sliders for the best indoor-outdoor flow. It also has a vast motor court for all of its vehicles.


LeBron’s most recent home purchase cost $36.8million

A big swimming pool, two detached guest homes, a tennis court, and a pool house with two baths are all located outside.

LeBron James’ Brentwood Mansion

In the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, LeBron has two residences. One, which looks to be his primary property and is frequently seen on his Instagram, was one he purchased in 2017 for $24.5 million. The house was constructed that same year and boasts modern features like marble finishes in practically every room.

It includes a little under 16,000 square feet of living area, eight bedrooms, and eleven bathrooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for an indoor-outdoor flow between the main living areas and the large garden, similar to his Beverly Hills house. Additionally, one of the major living spaces features full sliding glass doors.

                                         LeBron’s main LA residence has an indoor-outdoor flow

Numerous luxurious features are included in the house, including a wine cellar, a game room with a pool table, a home theater, a cigar room with air-purifying technology, and a fully equipped gym that is split between inside and outside the house.

A spa with a steam room, shower, sauna, and massage area is directly connected to the gym. Even the topmost patio is accessible by elevator for breathtaking views.

Of course, LeBron’s home has a basketball court

A sizable pool and another spa are located outdoors, both near the outdoor kitchen with a barbecue and beer tap. There are covered patios with marble flooring and a sizable dining table.

LeBron James’ second Brentwood home

In 2015, LeBron purchased a 9,440 square foot colonial mansion in the Brentwood region for $21 million. The house, which is made of stone and white brick and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, apparently sat vacant for the majority of that time.

The inside features a double-height entryway, a breakfast nook with windows, a modern kitchen, a wood-paneled office, and a home gym.

LeBron sold this Brentwood home in 2021 for $19.6 million

A two-way fireplace, private sitting area, and patio grace the master suite. There is another stunning swimming pool outside, as well as an open-air cabana, a three-car garage, and a basketball court.

LeBron sold the mansion in 2021 for $19.6 million, down from the original asking price of $20.5 million.

LeBron James’ Ohio home

LeBron’s first major real estate purchase was in 2003, when he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He paid $2.1 million for a Bath Township property just northwest of Akron and has since erected a 30,000-square-foot mansion on the seven-acre plot.

The vast property features six bedrooms, eight baths, and six half bathrooms, with the master suite boasting a two-story walk-in closet. There is a two-lane bowling alley, a home theater, and a sports bar for entertainment, as well as a recording studio, an aquarium, and a barbershop.

LeBron has extensively expanded his Ohio home

Even though he changed teams, LeBron still owns the house, which he has since extensively renovated and is now said to be valued about $9.2 million.

LeBron James’ Miami mansion

In 2010, LeBron spent $9 million for a three-story custom-built mansion in Coconut Grove, Florida, after switching from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Miami Heat.

He got delight out of his Miami house when he had it thanks to an eight-seat home theater, a wine cellar, a rear pool area, and a private waterside balcony off the main suite, which he sold in 2015 for $13.4 million.

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