Serena Williams is selling her Bel Air mansion for nearly $12 million — take a look inside

  • Serena Williams has put her Bel Air home on the market.
  • It's listed for nearly double what she paid for it. 
  • It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms in total.


It's been a pretty good year for Serena Williams. After winning the Australian Open while two months pregnant in January and giving birth to her first child in September, Williams is now listing her Bel Air mansion for significantly more than she bought it.

She's also currently engaged to Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian.

The house, which Williams bought in 2006 for a little over $6 million, is now on the market for just under $12 million, according to Trulia. At 6,101 square feet, the home boasts six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, plus a bar, gym, and pool.

Take a look at the house below.

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The home is one of the largest properties in Stone Canyon, a segment of the ritzy Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles.

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The house was built in 1935 and has plenty of greenery ...

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... including private hiking trails nearby.

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Much of the home features neutral colors ...

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... like this dining area.

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The color scheme makes even the smaller rooms look spacious.

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The kitchen features plenty of cabinets and storage space.

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The living room looks out onto some of the property's 2.7-acre yard.

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It also has a bar.

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The gym is fairly modest by the standards of a world-class athlete.

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The house has seven bathrooms. This one is quite spacious.

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There are also plenty of guest bedrooms.

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Here's another bedroom.

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It wouldn't be a mansion without a pool.

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