Jake Paul lists Team 10’s Los Angeles mansion for millions after Miami move
If you have some money laying around, you can live it up like Jake Paul and the rest of Team 10 in Los Angeles. Their 15,000 square foot mansion has been listed for sale for a cool $7 million after the YouTube star moved to Miami to focus on boxing.
Jake Paul was the brainchild of Team 10, one of the internet’s biggest collaboration. Started back in 2017, the house was full of influencers, creating music videos and albums that tried to crack the Billboard Hot 100.
However, the Team fell off as Paul started focusing on boxing. Following in the footsteps of big brother Logan, Jake has been pursuing his career in the ring since 2018.
Team 10 has been in a perilous state of downsizing since, and that means their old mansion in Los Angeles is up for sale. Jake Paul announced the move at the end of December 2020, but now it’s finally on the market.
How much does Jake Paul’s Team 10 mansion cost?
Jake Paul’s Los Angeles mansion has listed for a cool $7 million, so it won’t come cheap.
The three-story, 15,000 square foot mansion has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, an office, gym, theatre, four-car garage and an attached guest house. Out the back, there’s also a spa, a pool, outdoor dining spaces, and “an abundance of grass area,” according to the listing.
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Jake Paul’s old quarters up on the top floor has been eloquently described too. “The expansive master suite offers the epitome of first class living complete with a massive stone filled bathroom, 2 custom walk-in closets and a private balcony overlooking the grounds.”
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It comes as Jake Paul has moved to Miami to focus on his boxing antics, which have heated up as of late.
Late in 2020, Paul took down former NBA star Nate Robinson. Since, he’s been trying to fight the likes of Conor McGregor, but was turned down by the UFC legend.
His next fight has been penned in with retired MMA fighter Ben Askren. The eight-round boxing bout will take place on April 17.