There’s no doubt Lebron Jame’s home just outside of Akron, Ohio while he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers was lavish, large, and out of place for the market, but now that he’s moving on to play for the Miami Heat, he’s got to go against some South Beach power players as far as luxury homes are concerned.
According to Life & Style, James is moving into a 50 million dollar mansion on the Biscayne bay.
The 20,088- square-foot mansion at Casuarina Concourse, is the most expensive home in the Coral Gables, Florida area and was once owned by Alan Potamkin, the owner of Potamkin Auto Gallery and before that, Miami Heat president Pat Riley.
The features? Just a measly eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, guest house and surrounded by 80 linear feet of waterfront.
Fit for a king!
But to leave the cold harsh winters of Akron Ohio and playing in Cleveland just because he was unfortunately born there? How could he? We know, easily!