LeBron James' house in Beverly Hills & its star-studded history

Jenny Schafer

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LeBron James houses

From his first Los Angeles home set on the same street as OJ's house, to his sprawling $36 million Beverly Hills abode, King James' cribs don't fail to impress..

His first Cali home

After selling his Miami waterfront mansion for $12.75 million in 2015, James moved out west when he joined the Lakers.

In 2015, LeBron bought a Brentwood mansion for $21 million — on the same street that  fellow athlete O.J. Simpson lived on back in the day. 

He sold it 5 years later

But LeBron didn’t hold the property too long. Five years after he bought it, the property was listed for sale, selling for $19.6 million in September 2021

His second Brentwood home

In 2017, James bought a new spec mansion in Brentwood for $23.5 million.

LeBron’s pad spans 15,846 square feet.

Set on Tigertail Road,

one of the most prestigious streets in Los Angeles,

The impressive property features eight bedrooms, French oak and marble throughout, a wet bar and giant home theater, an indoor-outdoor gym, a steam room and sauna.

LeBron's $37M house in Beverly Hills

James’ enviable real estate portfolio doesn’t end here. 

In 2020, the basketball superstar purchased a pricey pad in Beverly Hills for a whopping $36.75 million. 

The hilltop 90210 compound sits on a 2.5-acre property and was built back in 1934.

The mansion, once owned by Howard Hughes and occupied by Katharine Hepburn, boasts four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 9,146 square feet of living space. 

The posh property also includes a screening room, a lighted tennis court, pool, and pool house with two bathrooms, all in a dramatic, private unparalleled setting — fit for a King.

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