Chris Bosh Put His L.A. Mansion on the Market for $14.5 Million (Photos)

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When Chris Bosh said he and his family are totally happy living in Miami, apparently he really meant it. Bosh's back-up pad, a home he bought in LA's Pacific Palisades back in 2012 for $9.45 million, is back on the market for a hefty $14.5 million.

Bosh, who has one of the biggest real estate portfolios of any NBA player, never actually lived in the property for any major amount of time and rented it for around $45,000-a-month. Actor and rapper Donald Glover, AKA Childish Gambino, had rented the placed out at one point to record an album.

See also: Chris Bosh Owns Two of the Top Three Most Expensive Homes in the NBA

According to the Los Angeles Times, the 10,700-square-foot home sits on a 1.45 acre lot. It features six bedrooms and eight baths, but the centerpiece is the resort-style pool and cabana.

Bosh still owns his even larger mansion on Miami Beach, as well as a handful of properties in his home state of Texas.

See also: A Look Inside Chris Bosh's New Miami Beach Mansion

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