Odell Beckham Jr. Sells His Renovated Ohio Mansion for $3.3 Million

Odell Beckham Jr., who spent three years as a wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns, just sold the home he owned in Columbia Station, a suburb of the Ohio city where he formerly played football.
Beckham purchased the 13,800 square foot home in 2019 for $1.6 million. After leaving the Browns, Beckham spent a year with the Los Angeles Rams during their 2021 Super Bowl-winning season.
Now that Beckham is a free agent, it’s clear that he doesn’t have plans of moving back to Ohio anytime soon.

The home has four bedrooms and seven bathrooms. In addition to its sprawling square footage, it also sits on 2.1 acres of land.
The residence is filled with incredibly lavish amenities, including a movie theater that also acts as a golf simulator and a humongous walk-in closet that held walls of Beckham’s shoes and included a sitting area.

The living room is spacious and offers a linear fireplace and giant picture windows that showcase the lush backyard, which features a huge pool with a waterslide.
Don’t worry, the fun amenities don’t stop there—there’s also a three car garage, an additional screening room that boasts a barbershop station, as well as a game room with a full wet bar.

Of course there’s a well-equipped gym, and a primary suite that offers its own fireplace, a steam shower, and an oversized spa tub.
The kitchen has an eat-in island, as well as high-end appliances and a connecting dining area that’s spacious enough to accommodate lots of guests.
On top of all of these amenities, Beckham also included a custom dog kennel and two office spaces, one of which features wood paneling.

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