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Inside LeBron James’ THIRD LA home – a £30million mansion boasting tennis court, pool house and 7 fireplaces

NBA superstar LeBron James has reportedly purchased a third home in Los Angeles – a £30million, 13,000 square foot Beverly Hills mansion fit for The King.

James’ new place boasts four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven fireplaces, a screening room, a lighted tennis court and a pool house with two bathrooms.

The Beverly Hills property was listed online for a crisp $39million (£30m), although it is unclear how much the 35-year-old superstar paid for the estate.

The home was built in 1934, its a 2.5 acre property that is situated on a promontory. A long driveway opens to a motor court and courtyard and the compound features views of downtown Los Angeles, the ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains.

The Beverly Hills residence belonged to Lee Phillip Bell, co-creator of the popular and long-running soap operas The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful.

Apart from the four bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the property also includes 9,146 square feet of living space. It also features two bedroom suites with multiple entertaining areas.

Sports business reporter, Darren Rovell shared images of the home on Twitter, which reveals skylights and indoor fountains, as well as entire walls of glass sliders that open up to reveal unobstructed city views.

James already owns two other homes in Brentwood, which he purchased years before he signed his four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018.

A year prior to signing with the Lakers, James purchased a two-story mansion for a staggering £17.5m.

The property includes eight bedrooms, nine-and-a-half bathrooms, an elevator, a home cinema, wine cellar and a cigar room.

The three-time NBA Champion’s other Brentwood property is a 9,440 square foot home that features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a formal dining room, a pool, a cabana and a deck.

James currently finds himself in the Disney World Resort, home to the NBA bubble.

The NBA restarted their season on July 30 after shutting down operations on March 11 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The four-time league MVP helped his team clinch the first seed in the western conference as they get ready to take on the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round of the playoffs.

It’s the first time the Lakers have made the postseason since the 2012-2013 season, when Lakers legend Kobe Bryant was leading the pack.

James is a three-time NBA Champion, four-time league MVP, 1 15-time All-Star and is currently ranked third on the NBA all-time leading scorers list.

The Lakers superstar looks to bring the city of Los Angeles their first NBA championship since 2010.

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