The Fresno State product had paid $4.85 million for the huge estate, which includes twin kitchens, six bedrooms, and 8.5 bathrooms. It’s big enough for, well, an entire NBA team.
The Mediterranean-style mansion features an incredible outdoor space characterized by expansive archways, spacious seating and dining areas, and a large pool with spa. Naturally there’s a basketball court out back.
The interior features marble floors throughout. In addition to the two chef’s kitchens, there’s a media room, game room, office, and formal dining room. There’s endless space for entertaining, and the landscaping is straight out of a Florida postcard. Despite all its beauty, the home just wasn’t right for Johnson.
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