LeBron James lists massive LA home for $20.5M

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LeBron James is saying goodbye to his massive colonial-style Los Angeles pad and is willing to take a slight loss to sell it. 

The NBA legend, 36, listed his Brentwood home for a whopping $20.5 million on Monday. He first bought the property back in 2015 for $20,986,500. 

The home spans a grand 9,440 square feet and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. 

Initially built in 2011, the gated property is situated in the upscale Rockingham Rim area, on the same street where O.J. Simpson lived when Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered. 

The property has been updated and designed with modern amenities. 

Scroll through to see inside the home where King James spent his days when he first arrived at Lakers City. 

The home sits on half an acre overlooking the Holmby Hills.

The 20-foot-long lap pool comes with a spa and pool-side cabana, all of which give off resort vibes.

Features of the home include an expansive master bathroom with a terrace and two walk-in closets.

The house features two family rooms with an open floor plan and includes four masonry fireplaces.

Other amenities include a media room and playroom, a gym and mudroom.

The home also has a wood-paneled library, an elevator and a three-car garage.

The kitchen leads to a large breakfast area which opens to a loggia with heaters on one side and a family room on the other side.

The family room leads to an outdoor dining area perfect for dinner parties.

The home also made headlines when someone spray-painted a racial slur on the front gate in 2017. 

James has since upgraded to a $36.75 million Mediterranean-style Beverly Hills mansion in October. The home once belonged to Katharine Hepburn. 

Meanwhile, he still has another Brentwood home he bought in 2017 for $23 million.

In December, James signed on to a two-year extended $85 million contract to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. Prior to that move, in 2018, he signed a four-year, $154 million deal with the team.

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