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According to Variety‘s James McClain, the two-time All-Star and his wife, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Kamiah Adams, bought a $6.8 million mansion in the city’s Venice neighborhood. The sale was the largest in the area in nearly a year and was the priciest home in 2020, per McClain.
The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home is three floors, with 7,200 square feet of living space including a movie theater and wine cellar, and also boasts the “first full basement ever to be built” in that neighborhood.
Beal sold his previous home in McLean, Va., for $3.5 million last month and moved to a $7.8 million mansion in Bethesda, Md. He signed a two-year extension in Washington last October, but with trade rumors swirling about the Wizards star ahead of the NBA draft, the timing of the purchase could be more than coincidental.