The YouTube sensation Logan Paul recently found a buyer for his mansion in Los Angeles’s Encino neighborhood, getting another huge paycheck after his WrestleMania 38 victory.
Logan Paul earns huge money from the sale
The home was initially listed for $8,995,000 in November but eventually sold for $7,995,000 in January. However, Logan still made some profit from the sale as he purchased the opulent property in 2017 for $6,550,000.
Like his younger brother, Jake Paul, Logan had declared his departure from Los Angeles – at least for the time being. The YouTube star highlighted California laws as the primary reason for his departure. He said the state’s taxes are outrageous but also expressed restlessness and a desire to begin a new chapter as other reasons.
The architecturally fascinating mansion, built in the 1970s and designed by Robert Byrd, has been significantly renovated and expanded in recent years.As a result, it has the appearance of a contemporary home, a classic ranch-style sprawler, or even a vaguely French Country-style confection from some perspectives. However, the interior is uniformly elegant and modern. Paul’s favorite feature in the house is the beautiful, tree-shaded backyard, which is unusually large for the area.
Paul’s gated estate is located in the prestigious Rancho Estates neighborhood. The mansion has seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 7,667 square feet of living area for whoever purchases it. The 8,689-square-foot plan includes a living area with a discussion pit, a family room with a bar, an office, and a high-end chef’s kitchen that has been completely restored and rebuilt.
It has been also noted that there are formal and informal eating areas and glass doors leading out to the patio. The main suite features a luxurious walk-in closet and a spa bath with a soaking tub overlooking the patio. A fantastic wine cellar and an additional flexible area are also included in the floor plan. Paul might most likely buy his new Puerto Rico rented Home since it seems to be currently on the market.
‘The Maverick’ finally stepped foot in the world of pro wrestling. He made his epic in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38. At ‘The Show of Shows,’ the heel duo of Paul and The Miz would come out on top after Miz hit Rey with the Skull Crushing Finale to pick up the win. ‘The A-Lister’ even betrayed ‘The Maverick’ as he hit a Skull Crushing Finale on him as well during the post-match celebrations inside the ring. This left Logan in shock.