LEBRON JAMES’ MASSIVE $37 MILLION MANSION REBUILD HAS TAKEN SHAPE, IT SEEMS JAMES WANTS TO REDEFINE WHAT LUXURY AND TRUE WEALTH IS? – VIDEO INSIDE – News

LEBRON James’ massive Los Angeles mansion is beginning to take shape.

The NBA legend demolished a $37 million mansion to build his dream home on a Beverly Hills plot of land.

LeBron James’ $37 mansion build is taking shapeCredit: Reuters

Walls are starting to go up around the 2.5 acre propertyCredit: BackGrid

James purchased the Beverly Hills property in 2020Credit: BackGrid

James bought the property in Los Angeles in 2020 after it was initially listed for $39 million.

The 2.5 acre plot of land originally held a four-bedroom home from the 1930s.

It had eight bathrooms, two separate guesthouses, seven fireplaces, a tennis court, a movie theater, a swimming pool, and a pool house.

The home featured stunning views of Beverly Hills and the Pacific Ocean, but James had a different vision of how to use the property.

The foundations of LeBron’s new Los Angeles mansion appear to be nearly complete with walls starting to go up on the construction site.

Retaining walls and pillars can also be seen around the property as part of the mansion appears to be going over the hillside.

James already has an impressive real estate portfolio, but this new mansion will be the cherry on top.

He currently owns a $23 million mansion in Brentwood, California which he purchased in 2017.

The 16,000 square-foot estate is his primary residence and has eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

The house has features such as a movie theater, wine cellar, cigar room, and spa complete with a steam room, sauna, and massage room.

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It can be expected that the mansion James is currently constructing will feature similar amenities to the Brentwood mansion.

James also owns a $9 million home in Ohio which he bought back in 2003 when he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

That home features a two-lane bowling alley, a recording studio, a movie theater, an aquarium, and a barbershop.

James’ massive property in Beverly Hills will likely feature such luxuries and more as it will probably serve as his home when he enters retirement soon.

The 39-year-old is in his 21st NBA season and has one year left on his contract.

James owns two other mansions in California and OhioCredit: BackGrid

The mansion previously on the property was built in 1930Credit: BackGrid

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