Basketball star of the LA Lakers, Anthony Davis has recently purchased a villa-style estate in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California at a price of $32 million.
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In 2018, Anthony Davis purchased his Westlake Village home at just under $7.5 million, which he recently sold at loss. While Davis splurged $8 million on renovations to the Mediterranean style residence, the home ultimately sold for $6.6 million in January. However, with his most recent real estate purchase of a Bel Air estate appears to be a score. According to a trust associated with Davis, the off-market deal of his new property closed last month at a price of $32 million. Although a quiet transaction for a superstar player, the lavish state of his newfound home speaks for itself.
Previous owner, Ted Foxman purchased the Bel Air property in 2016 at a price of $16 million. Throughout his stay, he spent two years renovating it. Several significant transformations were made to the home as showcased in Elle Decor. The 16,700 square foot villa style estate spans 3.5 acres with eight bedrooms and eight full bathrooms. Beyond the gates of the Bel Air Crest community, the home opens to a great hall with an extravagant 35-foot glass dome ceiling. Further inside the property presents an entertainment style living room, formal dining room equipped for 20, and ultramodern eat-in kitchen with a butler’s pantry. The eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and three powder rooms highlight picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island. The estate is equipped with a plethora of entertainment options such as a home theater, game room, wet bar, Olympic sized pool, full sized basketball court, tennis court, and nearby golf course and canyons. Decorative highlights of the home include custom stone, marble, and walnut wood floors.