Pictures of LeBron James' New $9 Million Coconut Grove Mansion

Maybe the fact that the Heat are finally coming together on the court has something to do with the fact that their three big stars have finally found places to call home. We've already shown you pictures of Chris Bosh's and Dwyane Wade's new mansions. Those are both in the North Bay Road area of Miami Beach, but now LeBron James has found his castle. Unlike his teammates, it's far away from the Beach, though closer to the Arena, in Coconut Grove, and at $9 million is cheaper than the other two's digs, but judging from the pictures we might like it the best.

Located on Crystal View Court, the house has six bedrooms and 8 and half baths with 12,178 sq. ft. of living space. Just completed this year, the place boasts a gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, paneled library, home bar, glass tiled infinity pool, an 8-foot crystal chandelier, guest house, and all the high-end trimmings. Let's put it this way -- even LeBron's laundry room (with views of Biscayne Bay and two sets of top-of-the-line washers and dyers) is a dream.

The only thing missing is a basketball court, and unfortunately on such a small lot it doesn't seem like there's room. Oh well, he can always play a game of pick up at Wade or Bosh's place.

The view from the front.

...and the back.

We're guessing the boat didn't come with the house, but LeBron has room for two of up to 60 feet.

The inside is a literal forest of fine Mahogany. LeBron's private chef is probably salivating over this kitchen.

Most bedrooms have nice views of Biscayne Bay.

LeBron might need a bigger tub.

But the theater looks King-sized.

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