NFL superstar Odell Beckham Jr. is selling his lavish home in Columbia Station, OH, for $3.3 million.
OBJ picked up the Cleveland-area property in 2019 for $1,617,500, during his stint with the Cleveland Browns. Now that he’s split from the team, he needs a buyer for his spectacular mansion.
Massive at 13,800 square feet, the four-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion is filled with eye-popping amenities. Let’s take a look at the top five.
1. Closet or showroom?
We’ve never seen a shoe palace like this. The walk-in showroom features floor-to-ceiling shelves, multicolored lighting, and a next-level athletic shoe collection.
You might think you’ve wandered into a Nike store, with the carpeted, high-ceilinged space that also features clothes racks to better pair your cool kicks with a snazzy outfit. Also, a skateboard collection decorates the wall.
2. Entertainment space
The wide receiver could host an entire NFL team with ease on the main level, which is decorated with sports memorabilia. The floor plan includes a living room, dining room, and eat-in kitchen. There’s even a home theater/golf simulator.
3. Tricked-out lower level
The finished basement offers additional fun with a bar, billiard room, wine storage, and media lounge.
Need a shave and a haircut? No problem! The media lounge comes with a red barber chair, so you can catch a flick while getting a cut.
There’s also a traditional office with built-in shelves and French doors and what appears to be a video game room, complete with multiple screens and graffiti-style murals.
4. Backyard oasis
The “wow” factor continues outside. The 2.13-acre spread features an outdoor kitchen, swimming pool with waterfalls and a slide, custom dog kennels, and a spacious gym.
5. Convenient locale
Located about 30 minutes from the FirstEnergy Stadium, where the Browns play their home games, the mansion sits in a wooded cul-de-sac.
The 29-year-old OBJ got his start with the New York Giants in 2014 and immediately set the league ablaze with his pass catching. He was traded to the Browns in 2019. After a messy breakup in Cleveland, he signed with the Los Angeles Rams, where he won a Super Bowl.
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