LeBron James snags another Brentwood home for $23M

Could he be thinking about joining the Lakers next year?

Dec.December 08, 2017 10:00 AM
LeBron James (Credit: Wikimedia Commons, Max Pixel)

LeBron James is now two-for-two in Brentwood.

The four-time NBA MVP dropped $23 million to acquire a second home in the wealthy enclave, just two years after spending $21 million on another property nearby, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The two-story mansion boasts eight bedrooms and nine-and-a-half bathrooms over 15,850 square feet of living space. Amenities at the newly constructed, Traditional-style estate include a wine cellar and cigar room, sauna, swimming pool, home theater and outdoor barbecue area complete with beer taps.

Santiago Arana of the Agency brokered the deal.

The 32-year-old James — a three-time NBA champion — currently plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but will be a free agent after this season. His Brentwood neighbors include Snap Inc.’s Evan Spiegel, Tesla founder Elon Musk and Zillow founder Spencer Rascoff. [LAT]Natalie Hoberman

Related Articles

Kunal Nayyar and the home (Credit: Getty Images and Comapss)

“Big Bang Theory” star Kunal Nayyar buys Hancock Park home

Four of the top residential listings in LA this week

Here are the priciest resi listings in LA County last week

Larry King and Shawn Southwick

Larry King is saying “so long” to Beverly Hills Flats mansion

The top five listings of the last seven days

Here are the priciest resi listings in LA County last week

Sheldon Adelson and his new property flanked by two of his other homes (Credit: Getty Images)

Sheldon Adelson is betting big on the Malibu housing market

Joel Silver and the dining room in the Brentwood home (Credit: Getty Images)

Producer Joel Silver lists Brentwood estate at blockbuster price

Clockwise from top left: 12921 Marlboro Street, 22102 Pacific Coast Highway, 21536 Pacific Coast Highway, 820 N. Roxbury Drive and 334 S. Burlingame Avenue (Credit: Redfin)

Here are the priciest resi listings in LA County last week

College athletes could soon be allowed to make money on endorsement deals in the state of California (Credit: Getty Images and iStock)

Playing the real estate game: College athlete bill could mint young millionaires and homebuyers