LeBron James’s Former Miami Mansion Lists for $13.95 Million

The former Miami mansion of NBA star LeBron James recently hit the market for $13.95 million. Though the athlete has since moved into a stunning Brentwood, California, home—he bought the eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion for $23 million in late 2017—he spent a handful of years in the impressive waterfront dwelling while he was playing with the Miami Heat.

The property overlooks Biscayne Bay, sits on a half-acre compound, and comprises a 12,178-square-foot main house, a detached guesthouse, and a number of outdoor amenities, including a concrete dock that has room for two 60-foot yachts. The home features six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms, with a stunning Mediterranean-style façade courtesy of crisp white exteriors and a red clay tile roof.

The foyer has a dramatic, sweeping staircase, and there’s a living room with tray ceilings and its own wet bar situated just off to one side. The galley-style kitchen, with its dark oak cabinetry and marble countertops, largely revolves around an oversized center island set under patterned ceiling tiles.

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Also on the ground floor is the formal dining area (made both elegant and modern courtesy of a snowflake-like globular lighting fixture hanging from the center of the room) and a home office painted a foreboding black, with a black and red recessed ceiling. The master suite offers up a spacious bedroom area with glass doors that open out onto a private balcony and an en suite bathroom with spalike features.

A home theater, wine cellar, gym, and playroom are other special amenities within the residence. Out back, a brilliant blue infinity pool is nestled between the house and the bay, with a swim-up bar that adds an extra touch of luxury.

Since selling the Miami mansion for $13.4 million in 2015, James has spent most of his time in Los Angeles, at the $23 million mansion he bought in 2017, though he also owns a place in Akron, Ohio, as well as a second home in Brentwood.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest