LeBron James is saying goodbye to his huge colonial-style Los Angeles pad and is prepared to take a slight loss to promote it.
The NBA legend, 36, listed his Brentwood residence for a whopping $20.5 million on Monday. He first purchased the property again in 2015 for $20,986,500.
The house spans a grand 9,440 sq. ft and has six bedrooms and 7 loos.
Initially in-built 2011, the gated property is located within the upscale Rockingham Rim space, on the identical avenue the place O.J. Simpson lived when Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman have been murdered.
The property has been up to date and designed with fashionable facilities.
Scroll by way of to see inside the house the place King James spent his days when he first arrived at Lakers Metropolis.
The house sits on half an acre overlooking the Holmby Hills.
The 20-foot-long lap pool comes with a spa and pool-side cabana, all of which give off resort vibes.
Options of the house embody an expansive grasp lavatory with a terrace and two walk-in closets.
The home options two household rooms with an open ground plan and contains 4 masonry fireplaces.
Different facilities embody a media room and playroom, a fitness center and mudroom.
The house additionally has a wood-paneled library, an elevator and a three-car storage.
The kitchen results in a big breakfast space which opens to a loggia with heaters on one facet and a household room on the opposite facet.
The household room results in an outside eating space excellent for dinner events.
The house additionally made headlines when somebody spray-painted a racial slur on the entrance gate in 2017.
James has since upgraded to a $36.75 million Mediterranean-style Beverly Hills mansion in October. The house as soon as belonged to Katharine Hepburn.
In the meantime, he nonetheless has one other Brentwood residence he purchased in 2017 for $23 million.
In December, James signed on to a two-year prolonged $85 million contract to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. Previous to that transfer, in 2018, he signed a four-year, $154 million cope with the staff.