Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal has bought an expensive $6.8 million mansion in the state of Los Angeles.
Reports suggest the 27-year-old’s extravagant mansion is located in the Venice neighborhood.
The price of the house remains the largest deal the residential area has seen in a long while.
It tails that of Kuwaiti heiress Samar Alghanim, who bought for her own Venice mansion last November for $8.5 million.
Bradley Beal mansion was built this year and astonishingly boasts 7,200 square feet of living space.
It also has five bedrooms, nine baths throughout three stories, a wine cellar, a movie theater, and a state-of-the-art smart home technology.
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“Beyond walls and gates, a concrete pathway leads past a front yard — landscaped with perfectly symmetrical rows of drought-resistant native plantings — to a starkly white interior with living, dining, and family rooms all combined into a single open-plan space,” Variety reports of the multi-million dollar mansion.
“The huge kitchen anchors the main floor living space, with its train car-sized island and gloss black cabinetry designed to capture eyes and hearts.
“There are multiple dining areas inside and out, plus walls of glass pocket doors that open to a lush courtyard with alfresco entertaining spaces, fountains, and a pool/spa combo with waterfall inspired by the five-star Amangiri resort in Utah, per the listing.”
Beal, who has been with Washington since 2012, recently signed a bumper two-year extension worth $72 million.