After spending two full seasons on the NFL’s Cleveland Browns, then playing out a one year contract with the Los Angeles Rams in their Super Bowl-winning 2021 season, Odell Beckham Jr. is enjoying free agency. For the star wide receiver, that means letting go of his ties to old teams and their locales, leading him to list his Columbia Station, Ohio home. After signing with the Cleveland Browns in 2019, Beckham paid $1.6 million for the mansion and subsequently renovated it. Now, according to Dirt, he’s asking $3.3 million for the 2.1 acre property.
The sprawling 13,800-square-foot ranch-style home contains four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and loads of entertainment options both inside and out. A home theater room doubles as a golf simulator, while the spacious downstairs area has a wet bar and enough room for ping pong, billiards, and air hockey tables. A swimming pool with an extra-long custom built slide and surrounding waterfalls adds some excitement for summertime. An additional structure in the yard functions as a home gym.
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The crown jewel of a primary suite—an especially large dressing room—is sure to meet the needs of a professional athlete, or any clotheshorse. Built-in wrap-around backlit shelves give the space a contemporary flare and home a vast sneaker collection, while numerous industrial-style clothing racks hang from the ceiling, and a lounge area is located nearby should a moment of rest be required after all that outfit consideration. The bedrooms are considerably more humble in style, with carpeted flooring in every bedroom except for the primary one and simple white ceilings with recessed lighting, rather than the impactful beamed-ceiling in the dressing room.