LeBron James may be eternally tied to Ohio, but the basketball superstar’s newest Los Angeles mansion could to outdo his sprawling hometown estate in Akron.
James paid $23 million for the newly-constructed three-story home in the city’s Brentwood neighborhood, Trulia reports. The 15,846-square-foot mansion is decked out in white marble, which adorns the counters in the home’s two kitchens — one an indoors, the other poolside — as well as the walls of at least one of two master bedrooms.
The home’s eight bedrooms, four of which boast en suite baths, are not the mansion’s only luxuries. The new estate also has a basement theater, massage room and gym built in. Other indulgences include an “auto gallery,” which is apparently a fancy name for garage, a sauna, a wine cellar and a cigar room. The estate’s rooftop terrace, which overlooks the lawn and in-ground pool, is accessible via elevator, because why not?
Though James still owns his 30,000-square-foot estate in Ohio, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ star has an affinity for Los Angeles. James bought his first mansion in Brentwood, which he continues to own, for $21 million in 2015, Variety reports.
Property records show that James likely got a deal on the estate, which was first listed for $30 million in June. The price was reduced to $25 million in September before the listing was removed from Zillow in October.
Take a look around the $23 million estate below:
This article originally appeared on Money.