After playing for the Miami Heat for four consecutive seasons, LeBron decided to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers last year, listing his 12,178 square foot home in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood for $17 million in October.
After the property sat on the market for a few months, its price dropped to $15 million in March before finally selling this past Tuesday for $13.4 million. The buyers are a married couple of real estate investors who had been leasing the legend’s pad since June.
The massive estate has six bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, a huge gourmet kitchen, a game room, a theater, and a wine cellar, just to list a few features. The King’s former home also has a master suite with an easy accessible private sun deck on the roof, plus glass doors that open to covered terraces overlooking the infinity pool and Miami bay. Don’t forget that the concrete dock has parking for two 60-foot yachts. A true estate built for a King.