Exploring Inside LeBron James’ Newly Constructed Beverly Hills Mansion Following Demolition of $37M Home

This week concluded LeBron James’ acquisition of his third residence in Los Angeles, a sprawling 13,000-square-foot estate nestled in Beverly Hills. Acquired for $36.75 million, the purchase slightly undercut the initial asking price of $39 million.

Originally erected during the 1930s, this estate has a rich history. It was once owned by the late Lee Phillip Bell, who gained widespread acclaim for her collaboration with William Bell on the iconic soap operas “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless.” Previous proprietors of this magnificent mansion included renowned actor Charles Boyer and the enigmatic Howard Hughes, who famously leased it to Katharine Hepburn, Hughes’ former romantic interest.

In addition to two guesthouses, four bedrooms, and seven bathrooms, this residence boasts amenities such as a tennis court and a movie theater. Nestled on 2.5 acres, it offers panoramic views of both Beverly Hills and the Pacific Ocean. However, LeBron James is likely to demolish the current structure to make way for a new, expansive estate.

In the Los Angeles housing market, now is an opportune time to be a seller. Over the past year, median home values have surged by 7.4%, according to Zillow, with projections indicating a further increase of 5.9% in the coming twelve months.

Explore the interior of the property below, at least for the time being while it still stands.

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