Much hyped Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball has started his professional basketball career with mixed results, but his career as an extremely rich person is off to a roaring start.
The Los Angeles Times reports that a limited liability corporation linked to Ball has purchased an enormous mansion in the San Bernardino County neighborhood of Chino Hills for $5.2 million.
Set on three acres of land, the property includes a 13,800-square-foot main residence, along with a 1,200-square-foot guest house. The grounds feature a swimming pool and spa, an outdoor barbecue area, large patios, and a six-car garage.
Inside the house are amenities like a home theater, a game room, a library, a gym, and even an elevator.
Ball, a graduate of Chino Hills High School, may not be the home’s primary occupant. Last week, Ball’s outspoken father, Lavar, gave ESPN an MTV Cribs—style tour of the house, which currently appears to be in need of significant repair.
The elder Ball played up the Mediterranean-style home’s high level of privacy (it’s located in a gated community), even while boasting about its visibility from surrounding neighborhoods.
“Everybody gotta look at the big ballers’ house,” he told ESPN.