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Take a look around the Miami mansion LeBron James just sold for €12m

An infinity pool, chef’s kitchen, movie room and more bedrooms than you could possibly need.

LEBRON JAMES HAS sold his Miami estate for $13.4 million (€11.8m), ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports.

That’s $4.4m more than he bought it for when he joined the Miami Heat in 2010.

It was originally priced at $17m when it went on the market last October. It was later reduced to $15m, and sold for $13.4m.

The mansion was listed by Opulence International Realty, which called the it “the most opulent estate in Miami.”

It has an infinity pool that overlooks Biscayne Bay, a maze of terraces, a movie room, and a massive master suite. The photos make it look incredible.

The outdoor space is the best part

The concrete dock has room for two 60-foot yachts

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The infinity pool overlooks Biscayne Bay

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The pool has two fountains

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The property is surrounded by a wall, and there’s also a “security quarters” on site

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The rooftop deck

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One of the covered terraces

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There’s a three-car garage

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Let’s go inside…

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The chef’s kitchen

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A secondary eating area, which has a TV and an island for five people

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The living room

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The movie room

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The office

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The master bedroom

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The walk-in closet is enormous

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Even the bathrooms have amazing views

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One of the five additional bedrooms

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The entryway

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There’s 4,500 square feet of entertaining space, according to the listing

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- Tony Manfred, BusinessInsider (all photos courtesy of Opulence International Realty)

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