LeBron James is one of the most successful basketball players on and off the court. Considering the amount of money he has amassed during his time in the NBA is simply mind-boggling. Despite being in his 20th season and being a 38-year-old, King James is one of the best-paid athletes in the league. At his age, most players are well into retirement, if not, then they are just about to retire as the physical load is just too much to bear.
Aside from earning through basketball, he has also made personal investments and signed numerous endorsement deals. He also owns an entertainment production company, which he opened when he joined the Lakers. Being the first active NBA player to reach a net worth of $1 billion, it is easy to assume that LeBron lives like a King. His former colleagues quote him as a cheap person, but when it comes to his lifestyle, he spares no expense.
King James lives in one the most posh and expensive areas in the country, Beverley Hills, Los Angeles. He has a mansion to his name which is worth more than $36 million. The property was built back in 1934 and spans 9,100 square feet of just the living space. The entire property spans up to 2.5 acres of land, which is a mighty size mansion for the King.
LeBron James’ Beverley Hills mansion is not even the most expensive in his portfolio
The $36 million mansion owned by King James is as luxurious as it comes. However, it is not even the most expensive house in his collection. LeBron owns another mansion in Los Angeles, which is worth a whopping $52 million. Los Angeles attracts some of the richest celebrities, and James is somewhere at the top for sure. His $52 million mansion is a true statement of how the King likes to live, no wonder why he is called “The King.”
LeBron also has a swimming pool and a pool house, and a tennis court, he is one of the best players in the NBA, however, it does not stop him from indulging in other sports as well. Within the 2.5 acre land, there are also 2 guest houses, which are separate from each other. Indeed the mansion is worth every penny LeBron paid for it.