Every king needs a castle. But LeBron James already has a bunch of them, so he’s ditching one of his Los Angeles properties.
“King James” is selling his nearly 9,500-square-foot Brentwood home on S. Rockingham Avenue for $ 20.5 million, according to his listing page on Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. The property is just one of many in James’ real estate portfolio, which already includes another $ 23 million mansion in Brentwood and a $ 37 million home in Beverly Hills.
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James’s six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home on S. Rockingham Ave. is located on more than half an acre in the “coveted Rockingham Rim” section, secluded from neighbors behind rows of hedges and redwoods, according to his listing page.
Inside, the home features six one-bedroom suites (including a master bedroom with its own terrace and sitting area), as well as two family rooms, a media room, a library, and a “cook” kitchen with a large breakfast nook. The interior is also marked by “exquisite finishes” and “extensive woodwork,” as well as four stone fireplaces, according to the listing.
The backyard, accessible through a veranda, also features a long lap pool (with its own cabana) overlooking the Pacific Palisades.
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James originally purchased the property in 2015 for $ 20.9 million, according to property records obtained by TMZ. The residence, which is just down the street from OJ Simpson’s former Brentwood home, was also once the target of vandals who spray-painted a racial slur on its door in 2017.
In October 2020, James also closed a $ 37 million mansion in nearby Beverly Hills, previously owned by French-American actor Charles Boyer, and later by Lee Phillip Bell and William J. Bell, creators of soap operas such as ” The Young and the Restless ”and“ the Brave and the Beautiful. ”Katharine Hepburn also lived in the house during a time when RKO Pictures owned the property.
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James Leggate contributed to this report.