The Brentwood region of the city is home to the traditional-style house that has six bedrooms and a long list of facilities.
The large, gated residence in Los Angeles that belongs to NBA star LeBron James was listed for sale on Monday for the asking price of $20.5 million. James is hoping to find a buyer for his home
Since 2015, the traditional-style spread has been a part of the athlete’s portfolio of real estate properties. It is located on a street in the upscale Brentwood section of the city, and it is hidden from view by tall redwoods and hedges.
According to the public records for the property, the Los Angeles Lakers player paid just a hair less than $21 million for the home through a limited liability corporation. However, if the transaction goes through, it will result in a loss for the celebrity.
According to the listing with David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, the six-bedroom home has more than 9,400 square feet of space and “will envelop you in quality and elegance.” David Offer, through a spokesman, declined to comment on the property.
“Every imaginable space, amenity, and comfort can be found here,” reads the text of the listing, which goes on to explain the home’s selection of high-end amenities, such as a paneled library, a gym, an elevator, a media room, and a “sumptuous” primary bedroom suite with a sitting room and a terrace.
In addition, the house features two family rooms, a swimming pool with a spa, a poolside cabana, grounds that are reminiscent of a resort, and, as is only fitting, a basketball net at the very end of the driveway.
Dealings in extremely expensive real estate are nothing new for Mr. James, who is 36 years old.
The four-time NBA champion, who played for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Miami Heat before joining the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018, purchased a mansion in Beverly Hills worth $36.75 million from the estate of the late Lee Phillip Bell, who was one of the co-creators of the television soap operas “The Young and the Restless” and its spinoff, “The Bold and the Beautiful.” This purchase was made by the four-time NBA champion in 2017.
Mr. James is also the owner of another home in Brentwood, which he purchased in 2017 for the price of $23 million.
The foundation of Mr. James did not immediately respond to a request for comment that was submitted to them.
TMZ was the first media outlet to report the listing.