LeBron James is a professional NBA player who is currently playing for Cleveland Cavaliers. He is one of the most popular athletes in United States. He is earning a huge amount of money for his sponsorships and endorsement deals. Although he left Cleveland in 2010, soon he announced his return to Cleveland on July 11, 2014.
The basketball superstar LeBron James just might have fixed to make a full court press on Hollywood. According to real estate Yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak, the Cleveland hero has splashed out less $21 million for a luxurious mansion which is kind of East-coast style. The mansion is located on a plum block in Los Angeles’s Brentwood community. Lebron James house was designed by a mansion specialist Ken Ungar. The mansion is an architecturally asymmetrical six-bedrooms and seven-bathrooms. All the rooms were measured in at a hefty and it is measured over 9,350 square feet which was based on bigger-is-better standard and hardly humongous.
The stone and white brick exterior give LeBron James house way to a voluminous foyer. The mansion is flanked by ample living and dining rooms. It is also provided with numerous fireplaces and honey-toned wide-plank wooden floor. The mansion is also included some less formal family quarters, which are designed by a cook-friendly kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with slab marble back splashes and high quality stainless steel appliances known to mankind. The breakfast nook of this mansion is set into a window-lined semicircular bay. In addition, the family room spills out through a bank of French doors to the backyard. the mansion contains a master bedroom which shares a two-way fireplace with a private sitting room. There is a snazzy marble bathroom attached to the master bedroom as well as a private terrace. There are also some deep verandas for al-fresco lounging and dinning which overlook a slightly compact backyard. The back side of the mansion is also decked out with a lap-lane swimming pool, an open air cabana. There is a long slender deck in order to have a panoramic sunset view over mansion-dotted mountains.
The two-time NBA champion and endorsement rich, LeBron James sold a three-storied waterfront contemporary few months ago for $13.4 million and owned this mega-mansion. Likewise, other wealthy sportsmen, the mansion drew a huge media attention. It is a symbol of intense luxury and comfort. He also own a 30,000-square-feet house with 6 bed rooms and 14 bathrooms located in Akron, Ohio.