Take A Look Inside The Massive $52 Million Mansion LeBron James Owns In Los Angeles

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UPDATE: Apparently, this was misreported by numerous outlets and is not LeBron’s house. Amazing place? Yes. LeBron’s? Guess not.

Remember how NBA fans back in 2018 were freaking out when LeBron James was spotted in Los Angeles on the eve of free agency? And how LeBron’s son Bronny and Dwyane Wade’s son Zaire were going to team up at Sierra Canyon High School in nearby Chatsworth?

Well, here’s the $52 million mansion in the Hollywood Hills where James family hangs out when they’re not out dominating basketball courts.

Instagram account Mega Mansions provides quite the description of the home in addition to the photos below…

Set behind high hedges & security gates, this ultra private architectural masterpiece offers exquisite style and 16,000 SF of seamless indoor-outdoor living space.

Enter the gates through a curved motor court to a grand 2-story entry with cascading water features then cross the floating bridge to breathtaking living and dining rooms with massive marble fireplaces. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls provide explosive views from DTLA to Century City, & Catalina.

Designed by world-renowned architect Paul McClean, every element in the home reflects his genius and thoughtful design with clean lines and light throughout.

Step out back to a fully equipped entertainer’s paradise, a signature boomerang-shaped infinity pool & spa include a luxurious fire pit lounge submerged in the center.

Master suite overlooks the entire city and includes rooftop deck & garden.

Extraordinary mix of amenities including media room, lounge, wet bar, gym, golf simulator, billiards, cigar room, wine cellar and an expansive wellness area with float tank, hydro tub & sauna.

Guess how we know this is LeBron’s house? It’s because, according to The Blast, James actually commented on the Instagram post you see below, writing, “Owned by someone? On sell? Asking for a friend.”

That’s right, folks. This is where all of the Taco Tuesday magic happens.

Does the Ferrari come with the house? Because if it doesn’t, I’m not interested.

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$52,000,000 Los Angeles Mansion | Set behind high hedges & security gates, this ultra private architectural masterpiece offers exquisite style and 16,000 SF of seamless indoor-outdoor living space. Enter the gates through a curved motor court to a grand 2-story entry with cascading water features then cross the floating bridge to breathtaking living and dining rooms with massive marble fireplaces. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls provide explosive views from DTLA to Century City, & Catalina. Designed by world-renowned architect Paul McClean, every element in the home reflects his genius and thoughtful design with clean lines and light throughout. Step out back to a fully equipped entertainer’s paradise, a signature boomerang-shaped infinity pool & spa include a luxurious fire pit lounge submerged in the center. Master suite overlooks the entire city and includes rooftop deck & garden. Extraordinary mix of amenities including media room, lounge, wet bar, gym, golf simulator, billiards, cigar room, wine cellar and an expansive wellness area with float tank, hydro tub & sauna. Via: @lux.interiors By: @williamsandwilliams

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Too bad LeBron didn’t sign with the Chicago Bulls. If he had, perhaps Michael Jordan could have finally unloaded the hot mess of a 56,000-square-foot mansion he’s been trying to sell since 2012.

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