LeBron, Serena, Beyonce…stars so super-sized that just one name is more than enough to represent his/her corresponding dominance on any court or stage in the world.
Having spent much of his off-season time in Los Angels while establishing his production company, Spring Hill Entertainment, with a Burbank studio in 2015, LeBron recently solidified his presence in the City of Angels by signing on with the Los Angeles Lakers effective 12 PM, July 6 for 4 years. To commemorate that free agency contract, LeBron bought his second home in Brentwood.
James acquired his first home in Brentwood in 2015. The traditionally styled home was designed by Ken Unge, built in 2011 and cost $21M. The home has 9,500 square feet of living space, six bedrooms, and 8 bathrooms. Its exterior gardens, lawns, and pool complement a semi-circular spa and fountain.
LeBron celebrated his move to the Lakers by acquiring his second home in Brentwood this July for $23M. This home, built in 2017, has, according to listing materials, “a remarkably modern feel” to it. With 15,846 square feet of living space, 8 bedrooms (4 en-suite) and 9.5 – 11 bathrooms, depending on how one counts, a rooftop terrace with elevator access, city to ocean views, and white Italian marble touches most every room. The king-sized (what else?) master suite features dual baths, walk-in closets and a private patio.
The lower level of the home is its entertaining level. Amenities include a home theater, wine cellar, cigar room, and onyx-lined wet bar. Outside, there is a heated dining loggia and outdoor kitchen with grill and beer tap, a top-of-the-line gym, pool, spa, steam room, sauna and massage room. Importantly, there is a “spacious” auto gallery for LeBron’s luxury car collection.
LeBron sold his home in Miami when he left the Heat to rejoin the Cavaliers in 2015. While in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, LeBron lives in a 30,000 square foot mansion that houses 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a 2-lane bowling alley and casino. This basketball and entertainment wizard has plans percolating to open a public school in Akron to serve at-risk kids.
Now a Laker the question is…in which Brentwood house will LeBron live when he comes off the court?