NFL free agent Odell Beckham Jr., who last won a Super Bowl championship with the Los Angeles Rams, has listed his Columbia Station home in Ohio for $3.3 million.
The 13,800-square-foot residence is a short drive from Cleveland, where Beckham played when he was a wide receiver for the Browns from 2019 to 2021, and it has practically anything and everything a human could desire.
So it’s no joke when the listing on Realtor.com says “this masterpiece offers all the finest amenities and appointments.”
Those high-end amenities include:
Open concept floor plan
Home theater that doubles as a golf simulator
Swimming pool with slide and waterfalls
Barbershop station (according to Dirt)
But what is really grabbing everyone’s attention is the massive, customized walk-in closet, which looks to be the size of a department store, lined with an abundance of shoes covering nearly every wall.
The closet — and the rest of the four-bedroom, 4.5-plus-bathroom house — was featured on the popular real estate Facebook page Zillow Gone Wild as fans gawked at the massive property.
“He has a shopping mall as a closet,” one person said.
“A very nice house. Don’t have really much to poke fun at. I mean, if someone was to give it to me, I’d take it.” another commented.
“He used to give out the BEST Halloween Candy,” someone said.
“Very tasteful. I could love living here,” one person remarked.
“That’s actually an amazing price. For all this,” another observed.
“His closet is a Foot Locker?” someone asked.
According to Dirt, the 29-year-old bought the home in 2019 for $1.6 million.
Beckham was drafted by the New York Giants in 2014 and immediately made an impact on the NFL.