Los Angeles Dodgers star Shohei Ohtani is thriving with his new club, and even scoring a walkoff hit in their recent win. Now, the Japanese superstar is making good use of the 10-year, $700 million deal he signed in the offseason to buy Adam Carolla's former Los Angeles area mansion.

The Ohtani mansion was purchased for $7.85 million, per TMZ, with Carolla initially seeking $8.99 million for the property in 2023. Adam Carolla's former mansion is located at La Cañada Flintridge, California, 20 minutes away from Dodger Stadium at Chavez Ravine.

The mansion, built in 2013, features a three-story tall design with five bedrooms, six and 1/2 bathrooms. It contains a well-equipped kitchen, a private movie theater, a basketball court, and a gym, as well as a pool and spa, the report added, making this Ohtani mansion fit for an ace.

Shohei Ohtani's offensive display powering Dodgers batting order

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani
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Shohei Ohtani is playing in his first season with the Dodgers after spending the first six seasons with the Los Angeles Angels, where he won two AL MVP trophies. The Dodgers have assigned Ohtani as designated hitter this season while he recovers from a Tommy John surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament tear on his pitching arm.

In 50 games this season, Ohtani amassed 69 hits on a .348 batting average, including 13 home runs and 34 RBI, with a .418 on-base percentage and a .641 slugging percentage from 198 at-bats.

Against the Cincinnati Reds, Ohtani punched a single to right field and allowed Jason Heyward to score the winning run, giving the Dodgers a 3-2 win in 10 innings.

Ohtani is said to be open to giving up pitching for the Dodgers, amid an impressive showing at the plate as a designated hitter. People close to the Dodgers slugger and ace said that he does not have the same passion for pitching as hitting, with the report saying Ohtani does the double duty on the plate and mound “simply because he can do it.”

Ohtani gains popularity, notoriety since joining Dodgers

With nearly a third of the season down, the mania over Shohei Ohtani's arrival to Chavez Ravine has not slowed down. Los Angeles declared May 17 as Shohei Ohtani Day, as long as the two-way player remains in the blue and white. His recent bobblehead night at Dodger Stadium caused fans to line up for blocks as they made their way in for the promotional night.

Ohtani's then-interpreter Ippei Mizuhara used millions of dollars in stolen money from the Dodgers star for gambling purposes. Recently, Ohtani's former Los Angeles Angels teammate David Fletcher placed bets with the same illegal bookmaker used by Mizuhara, sources told ESPN.

The federal government's investigation in April on the matter involving Mizuhara cleared Ohtani of any wrongdoing, with the MLB doing the same after. However, he has not made a statement regarding the latest revelation involving Fletcher.