LeBron James’ Brentwood house has a stack of crowns in his backyard
Even before he decided to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers this summer, LeBron James had already purchased two homes in the city. The most recent purchase was made last December 2017 as reported by the Los Angeles Times.
His $23 million Brentwood house is indeed a mansion fit for a King. Redditor yakobwilson posted a screenshot of the four-time MVP’s Instagram story showing a stack of crowns in the backyard of his house.
The crowns are obviously a symbolical reference to ‘The King’, a title that people gave LeBron way back when he was stamping his class in high school.
The stack of crowns is not the only reason why this house is fit for royalty. Neal J. Leitereg of the Los Angeles Times described the $23 million mansion.
“Sitting up from the street, with city-to-ocean views, the 15,846-square-foot home is furnished with an elevator, a home theater and a custom kitchen with a La Cornue range. A lower level was designed for entertaining and holds a home theater, wine cellar, cigar room and onyx-lined wet bar.”
“There are eight bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms as well as a spa with a steam room, sauna and massage room.”
To be honest, $23 million should not worry LeBron that much. Shoshanna Delventhal of Investopedia gave a rundown of James’ career earnings.
“Basketball superstar LeBron James’ career earnings are poised to eclipse the $1 billion mark after the four-time NBA most valuable player signed a four-year $154 million deal to join the Los Angeles Lakers, according to sports news site Bleacher Report.”
LeBron’s purchase of this Brentwood house in 2017 sparked rumors that the superstar is leaning on taking his talents to Hollywood this summer. On July 1, 2018, the Klutch Sports Group was the first to announce LeBron’s decision to sign with the Lakers.