Real Estate Rumors
An exclusive tour inside the 31,000 square-foot-home currently owned by NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal, located at 9927 Giffin Court, in Windermere, photographed Wednesday, April 14, 2021. The lakefront house is for sale for $16.5 million and includes 12 bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms and its own movie theater, cigar bar and an indoor regulation basketball court. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
Three months after being traded to the Lakers, Dennis Schroder has found a place to stay. Records show the German-born point guard just spent $4.275 million on contemporary home in Tarzana — about 20 miles from Staples Center.
Wanna live like a King? You can buy the enormous Brentwood mansion LeBron James called home … if you’re willing to drop $20 mil! The NBA superstar has listed the 9,500-square-foot estate he purchased back in 2015 — a colonial-style mansion on Rockingham Ave. And, if that street sounds familiar … it’s because of the O.J. Simpson connection. Bron’s home is actually just a few blocks from the infamous Rockingham estate where O.J. lived when Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were murdered in 1994.
Malcolm Brogdon has sold his massive Fishers mansion that sits on the third green of a golf course for nearly $1 million. The Indiana Pacers player bought the home in August 2019 for $960,000, two months after he signed a 4-year, $85 million contract with the Pacers. The 7,872-square-foot house, nestled among The Hawthorns Golf course, was built in 2015 and features six bedrooms, six baths, a wet bar, a hearth room and is located in a gated community. Brogdon sold the estate in October for $955,000, according to Hamilton County property records.
Anthony Davis is making passes on and off the court this season. The Lakers big man, who inked a five-year deal worth $190 million with the team in December, sold his Westlake Village mansion for $6.6 million. It’s a relatively short stay for Davis; records show he picked up the property in 2018 and was traded to the Lakers a year later.
Retired professional tennis player Caroline Wozniacki and her husband, former NBA player David Lee, are selling their condo on a private island in Miami’s Biscayne Bay for $17.5 million, Insider learned from real-state brokerage The Jills Zeder Group, which holds the listing. Their 8,430-square-foot residence is in the Palazzo Del Sol condominium building on Fisher Island, which is the wealthiest ZIP code in the US, according to Bloomberg. The average income is $2.2 million.