Walk into the most expensive mansion owned by an NBA star
Although owning any type of house has become a pipe dream for many of us, we can at least replace our lives with dirty and wealthy NBA players and their outrageous mansions.
Let’s face it, many of us are curious about the lives of rich and famous people, so we have compiled the most exciting houses/mansions/castles owned by NBA players for you to see.
Location: Beverly Hills, California
Price: $36.8 million
Batch: 2.5 acre
LeBron James now owns three houses in Los Angeles. His latest apartment is a 13,000 square foot mansion in Beverly Hills.
It has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two hotels, as well as a tennis court and a cinema. The house occupies 2.5 acres and has views of Beverly Hills and the Pacific Ocean.
According to reports, James may demolish the house and build a new and larger mansion on its location.
Location: Atherton, California
Price: $31 million
Steph Curry’s house in Atherton, California is located in the wealthiest ZIP code area in the United States. It has three floors and one guest room.
Although $31 million seems a lot, it will hardly affect Curry’s bank account, who recently became the first NBA player to sign multiple contracts with more than $200 million.
Location: Bel Aircrest, California
Price: $31 million
Glasses: 20,000 square feet, 8 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms
Batch: 3.5 acres
Anthony Davis’ $31 million mansion is the most expensive property purchase ever made by Bel Air Crest.
This is a home that used to be Gordon Ramsay, Casey Griffin, and even Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
Location: Hidden Hills, California
Price: $17.5 million
Specifications: 12,000 square feet, 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms
Batch: 1.5 acres
Ben Simmons is already one of the top 20 NBA earners. He is not afraid to show his financial strength and bought this epic mansion worth $17.5 million two months ago.
The past and current residents of Hidden Hills include Kanye West, Drake, Lil Wayne and almost all Jenners.
Place: Pacific Palisades, California
Price: $17.1 million
Glasses: 11,815 square feet, 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms
Batch: 0.82 acres
If anyone in the NBA were to avoid the gorgeous NBA lifestyle and live in a low-key house, it would be Kawhi Leonard. But no, even he lives in a flashy hell mansion.
A monster with seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms, it is safe to say that Kawhi lives like a king in Los Angeles.
This is Leonard’s third home. He has bought a property worth $13.3 million in San Diego and an apartment worth $6.7 million in LA Live Ritz-Carlton Apartments opposite the Staples Center.
This post is written by Basketball Forever Staff