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Dodgers: Mookie Betts Goes Big on a $7.6 Million Mansion in Los Angeles

Mookie finally gets his dream home after a season in Los Angeles.



It was only a matter of time before Dodgers star Mookie Betts made his residency in Los Angeles permanent. After the team signed him to a 12-year extension this past summer, Betts was asked several times if he found a place to live in the city. Since they were in the middle of starting the season. he had not yet done that. 

That appears to have changed though as the Dodgers’ outfielder made a huge purchase fresh on the heels of a World Series win. Mookie is going to be living among the stars in Encino, where he just purchased a $7.6 million mansion for his family to live in. The property formerly belonged to NFL coach Chip Kelly and is a few doors down from NBA player Tristian Thompson. 

The listing shows that the mansion features 9 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms with over 9300 square feet of living space in it. Among the highlights is a poolside cabana with a big-screen tv, an outdoor kitchen, and a full-size sports court. 

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Dodgers Mookie Betts buys a new home in Encino.

The kitchen features all marble slabs and comes with top-of-the-line appliances, per the listing. It also comes with a breakfast nook that overlooks the backyard. 

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Dodgers Mookie Betts buys a new home in Encino.

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The backyard pool features a firepit that is literally placed in the middle of the pool. 

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The Dodgers won their first World Series in 32 years thanks in part to the contributions of Mookie Betts. Betts is also 1 of 3 finalists for the National League MVP award, though many view that as a 2-man race between him and Freddie Freeman.

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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