Veteran NFL wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. — better known to his fans simply as “OBJ” — has officially hoisted his sprawling Ohio estate in the suburban Columbia Station community, about 23 miles southwest of Cleveland, onto the market.
The flamboyant three-time Pro Bowler acquired the property back in late 2019 for $1.6 million, and subsequently embarked on a ritzy bespoke tailoring of the 13,800-square-foot house to suit his over-the-top desires. Now, less than three years later, the place has returned to the market with a $3.3 million ask.
So, what does the new owner get for that price? For starters, a total of four bedrooms and seven baths — all resting on over 2 acres of manicured grounds spotlighted by a three-car garage and large pool hosting a waterpark-quality slide. Then there are the lavish amenities, chief among them of which is a department store-sized walk-in closet/room armed with walls of shoes, clothing racks and a sitting area.
But, wait, that’s not all! There’s also a movie theater that doubles as a golf simulator, an additional screening room boasting a barbershop station, a personalized gym, game room with full wet bar, custom dog kennel, two office spaces — one featuring extensive wood paneling and a coffered ceiling, and the other with fun chalkboard-style walls — and even a state-of-the-art Ophora water system.
Other highlights include a spacious family room adorned with a linear fireplace and picture windows, and a gourmet kitchen outfitted with an expansive eat-in island, high-end stainless appliances and an adjacent dining area. A sumptuous fireside master retreat sports a luxe bath equipped with dual vanities, an oversized spa tub and steam shower.
Currently a free agent, Beckham was originally drafted in 2014 draft by the New York Giants, where he went on to make that memorable one-handed touchdown catch. The 29-year-old Louisiana native then played for the Cleveland Browns before signing a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Rams, only to suffer a torn ACL during the team’s Super Bowl win against the Cincinnati Bengals; he’s now waiting to see where he will play during the 2022 season.
Greg Erlanger of Keller Williams Citywide holds the listing.