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Odell Beckham Jr.’s $3.3M Cleveland-Area Mansion Hits The Market

  • The 10,000-plus square-foot home features four bedrooms and seven baths, plus a stunning array of amenities.
  • The veteran receiver is a free agent after helping the Rams win the Super Bowl.
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Odell Beckham Jr. is a free agent this offseason — but he won’t be heading back to the Browns. 

Beckham has put his mansion in Columbia Station, Ohio, on the market at a listing price of $3.3 million.

The 10,000-plus square-foot home features four bedrooms and seven baths, plus a stunning array of amenities including a home theater/golf simulator, full bar, gourmet eat-in kitchen, entertainment area, barbershop, personalized water filtration system, and custom walk-in closet.

Outdoor amenities include a kitchen, a personalized gym, a custom dog kennel, and a swimming pool with a slide and waterfalls.

The receiver spent two-and-a-half seasons with the Browns before heading to Los Angeles, where he won a Super Bowl with the Rams but tore his ACL in the title victory over the Bengals.

Wherever he does land, Beckham should be able to afford another luxurious mansion. Over eight seasons with the Giants, Browns, and Rams, he’s amassed $83 million in career earnings.

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