Lebron James Drops Miami Home Price $2 Million Dollars – Pics

Cleveland Cavaliers Superstar Lebron James has lowered his asking price on his Miami mansion by a whopping $2 million dollars. The initial asking price of $17 Million has dropped to now $15 million.

According to Zillow.com, Lebron James’ home in Miami was first listed for sale back in October 2014 shortly after he left the Miami Heat to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Spring time and Summer months are generally when the real estate market picks up. The listing agent dropped the price of the 12,000 square foot Coconut Grove home to help spur interest in the home. The slideshow above shows pictures of the mansion.

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The home features 6 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, and can dock up to 2 yachts 60 foot long. It also has a chefs kitchen, a theater, a wine cellar, a guest home, a lighted infinity pool, a water front home and several other high quality amenities. James paid $9 million for the home in 2010. The hot areas are now Star Island, Palm Island, Indian Creek or North Bay Road. The James home is said to be in an area that is not as “hot” as the other areas. That could be one of the reasons why the home still has not sold. That neighborhood has see high profile superstars live there like running back Frank Gore, Madonna and Sylvester Stallone. We will see what price the home brings soon.



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