In the spring of this year, NFL free agent Odell Beckham Jr. listed his stone-clad 10,300 sq. ft. manor-inspired home in the greater Cleveland area up for sale with an asking price of $3.3 million. The house changed hands on the last day of August, closing at $2.655 million.
The house, which sits on 2.13 cul-de-sac acres in Columbia Station, contains four bedrooms and six baths. It features a double-door entry that opens onto gloss-finished stone tile, and a small foyer that quickly transitions to an expansive shared living area. There’s a fair amount of espresso-toned wood, with arched doorways adding a touch of softness to the interiors.
Details of the common areas include a linear fireplace in the living room, a huge two-level island and arcing snack bar in the kitchen, and recessed built-in shelving in the formal dining room. Amenities come thick and fast in this house, and include a theater with stadium chairs and an LED starlight ceiling, a master with a linear fireplace, and an office.
The blue ribbon goes to the downstairs entertainment complex, however. The meandering series of spaces includes a game room, a full-sized wet bar finished in hardwood, a studio, a wardrobe showroom, and a rumpus room with a projection setup.