HomeLeBron JamesJesse Buss Reportedly Sells Mansion Next to LeBron James in LA for $10.7M
Jesse Buss Reportedly Sells Mansion Next to LeBron James in LA for $10.7M
December 27, 2021
Los Angeles Lakers co-owner Jesse Buss decided to put his mansion in LA up for a sale. Guess what… The mansion just sold!
Buss listed his Brentwood mansion for under $11 million at the same moment his team was getting ready for the 2021-22 NBA season. That’s the right way to shake up the real estate lineup, right? He will get $1.2 million more than what he paid for the mansion. It’s a new mansion built in 2018.
Keep in mind that Buss bought a new home in Encino for $5.9 million, covering less than 6,900 square feet and 1.7 acres.
Jesse sells luxury mansion in LA
Buss’ Brentwood home covers 6,500 square feet and offers six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. It also has a movie theater, yoga studio, billiards room, and a wine cellar.
The Lakers co-owner is getting a few more hundred square feet with the new mansion. Well, he is definitely getting a bigger piece of land. The Encino mansion’s 1.7 acres is nine times more than the Brentwood luxury home.
The Brentwood mansion has open spaces and modern design.
Pocketing glass walls make the piece even more gorgeous. These walls connect the main living area to the backyard patio and pool area. The second-story balcony is impressive and the deck overlooking the backyard and the gorgeous city.
The most interesting detail about this mansion is the fact that it’s really close to LeBron James’ home. King James purchased the home for $23 million in 2017. A lot of people thought he’d leave the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Los Angeles Lakers. That’s exactly what happened…
LeBron put up another Brentwood home for a $1 million loss. That’s just two games with the Lakers.
Late Lakers owner Jerry Buss has six kids. His kids got an equal cut of his 66 percent ownership in the franchise. Jesse is the Lakers’ assistant general manager. His sister, Jeanie, runs the front office. The team had a lot of success under Jeanie. She and Lakers legend Magic Johnson brought LeBron James to Los Angeles. It was the best deal ever.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.