The NBA star puts his home on the market as he moves to Cleveland
He may have taken his talents to South Beach back in 2010, but now that basketball star LeBron James is returning to Cleveland, he’s putting his South Florida waterfront home to market for $17 million – and PEOPLE has the exclusive details.
James’s palatial 16,680-square-foot residence lies directly on Biscayne Bay, in the heart of Coconut Grove, one of Miami’s oldest communities. The house will be the highest-priced listing in the region, and it’s pretty clear why.
“The property is on the open bay, the views are amazing, and it’s a yachter’s paradise,” listing agent Tomi Rose of Opulence International Realty tells PEOPLE.
The expansive estate features six bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, dockage for two 60-foot yachts, a chef’s kitchen, a 500-bottle wine cellar, an infinity edge pool, a guest home and a private master rooftop sun deck.
For those who want to feel even closer to the two-time NBA champion, James is selling his home fully furnished, including an integrated state-of-the-art security system, numerous docking stations and a smart generator. “It’s a super high-tech home,” Rose says.
The house is also ideal for parties, with its 4,500 square feet of entertainment space and custom theater. Maybe newlyweds Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union will even stop by.
And should the new owner decide to bike to work just like James did, Rose confirms there is a special covered area for two-wheeled vehicles.
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