CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from the June 29 episode of The Ultimate Cleveland Sports Show.
More than seven months after playing his final game for the Cleveland Browns, Odell Beckham Jr. has sold his Northeast Ohio home. As first reported by TMZ, the 29-year-old wide receiver's 13,800-square-foot mansion in Columbia Station has been purchased for $3.3 million.
Beckham's home was listed by listed by Megan Pettine of Keller Williams for an asking price of $3.3 million in April. The house includes four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and three partial bathrooms, as well as a golf simulator, shoe closet, home theater, swimming pool with waterfalls and more.
You can see a photo gallery of Beckham's now-former home below.
PHOTOS | Odell Beckham Jr.'s Northeast Ohio home for sale in Columbia Station
According to listings, Beckham first purchased the home for $1.6 million shortly after being traded from the New York Giants to the Browns in 2019. Last November, the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver's time in Cleveland came to an abrupt end after he was granted his release from the team after reportedly requesting a trade.
After becoming a free agent, Beckham signed with the Los Angeles Rams and went on to play a key role in the team's run to a victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI. But after catching the first touchdown of the Super Bowl, the LSU product suffered a torn ACL during the game and remains a free agent with a month to go until the start of NFL training camps.
Despite his messy exit, Beckham had hinted at a potential return to the Browns earlier this offseason. But if such a reunion were to take place, it now appears that he'll need a new place to stay.