The imposing property that belonged to ‘The King’ during his stay in Miami lowered its price considerably compared to what he came to expect at the time
Basketball player LeBron James, 36, who is currently a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, bought an imposing mansion in Miami in 2010, which has just been sold at a price well below expectations.
‘The King’, as he is also known, paid $ 9 million for the property after signing a contract with the Miami Heat, a team in which he played from 2010 to 2014.
In 2015, he sold it for $ 13.4 million, although he initially contemplated getting rid of it for $ 17 million, the lack of interested parties caused him to reconsider his position.
Today the imposing house, located about five miles from the American Airlines Arena and built-in 2010, changed owners again, however, the operation was not as attractive as it was six years ago.
Its owners received for it the amount of $ 12.75 million dollars, that is, a figure lower than what they paid LeBron at the time.
The contemporary-style, three-story, 12,178-square-foot mansion has six bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.
On the first floor, it has a living area, a games room, and a gym, while on the second floor there is a gourmet kitchen, a breakfast room, a dining room, a wine cellar, an office, a living room, a room with a bar, the main room, a personalized movie theater, and a utility room.
The kitchen is quite spacious and open. It is made up of a brown cupboard, high-end appliances, two central islands, and still has space for a breakfast table for about six people.
On the third level are the bedrooms, a balcony, and a staircase with access to the roof garden area, from where there are spectacular views of Biscayne Bay.
The master suite is very spacious and has a private balcony. It also has a huge dressing room, as well as a bathroom with a transparent shower and bathtub.
Outside, on its half-acre lot, there is a guest house with one bedroom and one bathroom, a swimming pool with its respective spa area, bar, barbecue area, and a dock with space for two imposing yachts.
Privacy and security are not yet highlighted in the property, but it is only waiting for the permission of the relevant authorities to be able to close the street and thus give greater peace of mind to its millionaire residents.