Inside the Incredible 13,000-Square-Foot Mansion of LeBron James’ Close Friend, Carmelo Anthony

At one time, Carmelo Anthony was among the most prolific scorers in the modern era of the NBA. Anthony, a forward with a lethal shooting technique, was selected to ten All-Star Games and six All-NBA teams. Not included in that is his streak of three Olympic gold medals. Earlier this year, Carmelo sold his former mansion in Beverley Grove, California, for $3 million.

Have you ever pondered the lifestyle of a retired NBA player? Indeed, the answer is about to be revealed. This article describes the 13,000-square-foot residence owned by Carmelo Anthony in Westchester, New York. Carmelo has a deep affection for dwellings and architecture. In Chelsea, New York, he formerly resided in a 4,500-square-foot condominium. The native of New York appreciated the area during his time with the Knicks, but in retirement he realized he required more space.


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.”My vision for this space and the concept for the house was to establish my own personal rotating art gallery,” he explains. A multitude of artworks and a diverse array of décor throughout the residence represent a spectrum of periods, styles, and continents. Designer and event planner Cassandre Bonhomme provided him with the means to conceptualize his residence. “I enjoy trying new things,” says Bonhomme. “I wish to avoid appearing bland or tedious.”



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