Tennis superstar Serena Williams just bought a $6.7 million Beverly Hills mansion — here's what it's like inside

Serena Williams has a new baby and a new ZIP code.

The 23-time Grand Slam singles winner recently purchased a $6.7 million home in Beverly Hills — the city most famous for its 90210 ZIP code — about a month after giving birth to her first child with fiancé Alexis Ohanian.

The 6,000-square-foot Spanish-style residence sits on a quarter-acre lot in a gated community, once home to high-profile residents like Gwen Stefani and Britney Spears.

Scroll through for a tour of Williams' new digs.

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Williams purchased the home in October. Around the same time, she listed her other Los Angeles residence in Bel-Air, which she's owned for a decade, for $12 million.

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The newly constructed home is a three-story contemporary with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

The entire space is light and airy, with minimalist decor.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

A double-wide island with a polished marble countertop is at the center of the large kitchen. Doors in the kitchen open out onto a veranda.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

Just off the kitchen is a dining room with a table for eight. There are brushed oak wood floors throughout the house.

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The master bedroom is spacious and continues the minimalist theme.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

The master bathroom has his and hers sinks separated by a vanity. Several windows offer unparalleled views.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

A lower-level bonus room has ample space for entertaining.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

Behind the large wet bar is a glass-front wine cellar.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

The grassy backyard includes a built-in grilling station and swimming pool, but there's no room for a tennis court.

(Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International)

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