Anthony Davis Selling Insane Mansion With $1 Million Infinity Pool, Two Waterslides And A Gymnasium

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Anthony Davis Selling California Mansion For 8 Million Look Inside

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Okay, we have seen a lot of very impressive celebrity homes over the past few years, but this mansion located in Westlake Village, California being sold by Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis might be the coolest one we’ve peeped yet.

Now, $8 million ($7.995 million to be exact) might sound like a lot of money for a house, but wow, this place looks like it would be worth every penny.

First off, the house, built in 1996, is 15,815-square-feet! I could fit my house inside of this place… hold on… several times!

Davis bought it for just $7.48 million in 2018 and he’s already looking to sell? Does that mean he’s done in Los Angeles?

It comes with five bedrooms and 6.5 baths. (You’d really think there would be more of both. Right, Jeff Bezos?)

It sits on 2.3 acres of prime California land, and it needs that much space because in addition to the giant house, it also comes with a five-car garage, a guesthouse, a “one of a kind” indoor basketball court with its own viewing box, and a $1 million infinity-edge swimming pool with dual waterslides, a baja deck, and a spa.

This place is nucking futs.

According to the home’s listing on Realtor.com, it also comes with a newer state of the art theater, grand two story entry, gourmet double island kitchen, library, professional gym, covered outdoor kitchen, low maintenance manicured turf, viewing decks, sunken trampoline, newer indoor and outdoor security cameras, smart home technology, and an expansive solar system.

For just $8 mill? Man, I wish I was rich. Look at this place!

I would gladly pay the estimated $39,762 a month in mortgage payments (with a $1.599 million down payment) to move into this house.

View more pics of the home here.

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