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LeBron James will more than likely leave the NBA bubble in Orlando and head home to Los Angeles where his newest purchase, a four-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 9,146 sq. ft. mansion where Katherine Hepburn used to live, will be waiting for Taco Tuesday and Wine Wednesday. The purchase price? A cool $36,750,000.
At that price, you get two guest houses.
From the listing realtor:
Off lower Benedict Canyon and behind a long private drive lies this 2.5 acre view promontory compound. A home to multiple, famed Hollywood royalty, a large motor court and courtyard welcomes you to spectacular views from downtown Los Angeles to the ocean and the Santa Monica mountains. The main house contains two suites, multiple entertaining areas and seven fireplaces. There are two separate, detached guest houses as well as a screening room, a pool house with two baths and a lighted tennis court, all in a dramatic, private unparalleled setting.
Built in 1934, LeBron’s new pad has “one of the longest driveways in Los Angeles,” according to the New York Post. Besides the honor of having one of L.A.’s longest driveways, the house has a pretty nice lighted tennis court, plenty of sliding doors to help Lebron suck down that L.A. air and a classy theater room to spread out on the couches during NFL Sundays.
LeBron James just bought a Mediterranean-style compound in the Beverly Hills area for $36.75 million. The 2.5-acre property, whose main house is 9,100 square feet, includes two guesthouses, a screening room, swimming pool and tennis court. By @jflem94: https://t.co/9oDYEhzfGB pic.twitter.com/h3CBctkaA5
— Daniel Miller (@DanielNMiller) September 30, 2020
LeBron James buys iconic Beverly Hills mansion where Katharine Hepburn once lived for $36.8M, The home also includes a full theatrical screening room, even comes equipped with one of seven fireplaces in the home,The living room features vaulted ceilings with exposed ceiling beams pic.twitter.com/4YOA3cP1DN
— Lilian Chan (@bestgug) October 1, 2020