Odell Beckham Jr.’s house for sale has a huge shoe closet


Odell Beckham Jr.’s shoe closet would be a luxurious New York apartment all on its own.

The free agent wide receiver has listed his 13,800 square foot home in Columbia Station, Ohio — about 25 miles from the Browns’ FirstEnergy Stadium — for $3.3 million.

The house has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and an expansive yard. There is a cinema room with a massive projection screen and a games room with a pool table and ping pong table. There is a gym with a basketball hoop. Outside there is a swimming pool with a slide.

But the most striking image of the house is the sneaker closet.

Inside, there are hundreds of pairs of shoes. There is so much space that the closet even has its own lounge chairs. Even with them, there is still plenty of room to walk around the room. There are also clothing shelves, with space to spare, in what looks more like a sporting goods store than a closet.

Odell Beckham Jr’s shoe closet.
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Hundreds of pairs of shoes line Odell Beckham Jr.'s shoe closet.
Hundreds of pairs of shoes line Odell Beckham Jr.’s shoe closet.
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Of course, with over $80 million in career earnings, per Spotrac, it’s no wonder the stylish receiver has an extensive shoe collection. As for where he will land next, that is perhaps more uncertain than who owns his house next.

Beckham Jr. joined the Browns ahead of the 2019 season, but less than three years later the team released him in the 2021 season after failing to find a willing business partner. The situation between the two sides had become particularly untenable when Beckham’s father distributed a video of his son being wide open but not thrown by quarterback Baker Mayfield.

Shortly after his release, Beckham Jr. joined the Rams, where he was a key contributor in their run for a Super Bowl title. But he suffered a torn ACL in the win, prompting more questions about his future with Los Angeles. The Rams this offseason also signed former Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II to a three-year, $46.5 deal, making Beckham Jr.’s return even more uncertain.


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