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Most Expensive And Outrageous Athlete Homes



Troy Aikman’s Dallas Residence

Aikman loves his real estate! He bought another mult-miillion dollar house right after this $5.3 million property. In order to fill the 10,000 square feet of space, the house includes a wine tasting room amongst its unique features. Not too shabby for a former Super Bowl champ.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s Vegas Pad

Money Mayweather’s home lives up to the grandiosity of its owner. With 24-foot ceilings, a two-story theater, and a 600-square-foot walk-in closet, this home is more of a palace than anything else. On top of all that, it also has enough garage space to hold his massive sports car collection.

Randy Johnson’s Arizona Dwelling

The Big Unit has one of the most expensive houses of any athlete. The house comes in at $25 million. How does he afford this, you ask? Well the built in home theater has a working ticket booth, so he can probably make some of the money back.

Chris Bosh’s LA Residence

Bosh’s LA pad includes a private gym, pizza oven, and an infinity pool among its massive amounts of luxury features. Chris also owns a mansion in Miami, which allowed him to rent this home to Donald Glover for the reasonable price of $45,000 per month.

David Beckham’s London Home

Sure, it’s modest, but David Beckham is such a humble guy, that “Beckingham Palace” is a fitting home for him…

Tom Brady’s Sprawling Home

Let’s face it, Tom Brady just wins at life. He’s the greatest quarterback of all time, he’s married to a supermodel, and his pad is absolutely spectacular.

Shaquille O’Neal’s Florida Palace

The Big Diesel bought this quaint 70,000 square-foot mansion back in 1993 for a cool $3.95 million. The house contains a basketball court, plus a garage to hold his massive sports car collection. Currently, he owns over 30 cars.

Lebron James’ Cleveland Abode

Lebron’s move to Miami was unpopular, but Cleveland has welcomed back The King with open arms. As the saying goes, “there’s no place like home.” In Lebron’s case, home is definitely an amazing place.

Michael Jordan’s Estate

MJ’s chateau is permanently on the market, but the sprawling mansion is definitely impressive. His pool has an island, he has a door from the Playboy Mansion, and the place has a full size indoor basketball court. It’s impossible to know why he’d want to leave.

Mark Cuban’s Palace in Dallas

The charismatic Mavericks owner lives in the ninth most expensive home in Dallas. He absolutely loves it there and attends every one of his team’s games. He is also constantly on TV, whether it’s on the show Shark Tank or on news outlets criticizing Trump.

Dwyane Wade’s Miami Home

Although he took his talents to Chicago, Wade still held onto his Miami mansion. There’s no reason why he wouldn’t, considering the fact that it is a veritable paradise. A wet bar, Cabana, and large pool help to reinforce the tropical theme.

Kobe Bryant’s Lair

The Mamba has a lot of unique features in his 20,000 square-foot mansion, but the coolest has to be his shark tank. Ironically enough, the house also includes a full hair salon… We have no clue what he uses that for.

Tom Hicks’ Dallas Record Breaker

Hicks owns the most expensive home in Dallas. Coming in at a cool $100 million, the price is actually fair for the property. The mansion is in an exclusive neighborhood and it spreads out over 50,000 square feet. If you buy it, make sure to bring along your helicopter, because the house has a built-in helipad.

Manny Pacquiao’s Beverly Hills Manse

Ironically enough, Pacquiao’s house is worth a lot more than Money Mayweather’s. It may be that Manny has made more, but he’s most likely just better with managing money. The pool area in this 10,000 square-foot masterpiece is spectacular.

Robert Kraft’s New York Farm

While it isn’t a full-fledged farm, it’s the only mansion on the list with a chicken coop, so we’ll let it slide. The home sits close to Gillette stadium, so Kraft can always be close to his true love.

Derek Jeter’s Tampa Vacation Spot

Jeter’s waterfront mansion is roughly the size of a Best Buy store. Let that sink in for a second. While he was playing in NY, Derek actually owned a $15.5 million condo in Trump Tower, but he sold that in 2012.

Ivan Lendl’s Connecticut Estate

The house is spectacular, but the property may have a slight edge on the house itself. The mansion sits on 450 acres of prime Connecticut real estate. The house itself has a basketball court, a tennis court, an indoor gym, a home gym, and a steam room. It sounds like an athlete’s paradise.

John Henry’s Boston Manor

This 33-room mega mansion includes a two-tier garage and is one of the most expensive homes in the Brookline neighborhood. Funnily enough, that’s the same neighborhood that Tom Brady lives in.

Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s Hawaiian Home

Standing at 7’2″, Kareem needed a home to fit his massive frame. This custom Hawaiian property fits the bill perfectly. To top it all off, the house comes with a 50-foot pool.

Barry Larkin’s Orlando Retreat

Situated just outside of Disney World, this house has a great view of the nightly fireworks. Throw in the jet-ski docks and disco lounge, and this house becomes the ultimate vacation get-away.

Maria Sharapova’s Beach Getaway

On top of the pictured $4.1 million mansion in California, Sharapova also owns a multi-million dollar home in Longboat Key, Florida. She bought the Florida mansion just before her 20th birthday…

Bob McNair’s Houston House

The Texans owner did not skimp out when he designed this behemoth. The three-bedroom house includes eight bathrooms, as well as ice cream sundae and omelette stations. Frankly, it sounds like heaven.

Tiger Woods’ Florida Paradise

Sure Tiger is unlucky… He went through a divorce, he’s injured, and he was just arrested with DUI charges. However, he can definitely be happy when this is the house that he comes home to. In case you’re wondering, that pool is 100 feet long!

Peyton Manning’s Colorado Mansion

Don’t let Peyton Manning’s southern drawl fool you. The man makes bank! This 16,464 square-foot mansion holds an elevator, heated floors, and a seven-car garage. Those Papa John’s endorsements must be paying off!

Hunter Mahan’s Dallas Dwelling

The most spectacular part of this home is clearly the golf simulator. The house also includes a 12-car garage, and two full basketball courts. Essentially the house is a giant man cave.

Rory McIlroy’s Florida Estate

The 28 year old golf pro purchased his Florida mansion for $9.5 million back in 2012. That means that he was about 23 years old at the time. What have you done with your life so far??

Jerry Jones’ Texas Paradise

The billionaire owner of the Cowboys has a house worthy of his wealth. At 14,000 square-feet, it’s not the biggest on the list, but it’s located in Highland Park, so the value is all about location. Hopefully his Cowboys win soon, otherwise we’ll have to start feeling sorry for him…