Shohei Ohtani’s new home in LA: How much did the mansion cost and where is it?



Just five months after becoming one of the highest-paid athletes in the world, Los Angeles Dodgers superstar Shohei Ohtani is beginning to put his contract to good use. The Japanese superstar has just picked up a luxurious mansion in the exclusive LA neighborhood of La Cañada Flintridge as confirmed by the Los Angeles Times.

According to the Times, the seller was radio personality Adam Carolla, who bought the mansion in 2018 for $7.3 million. However, in the summer of 2023, Adam chose to put it up for sale after divorcing his wife Lynette Paradise. The property was initially listed at $8.99 million, but, in a bearish housing market, Carolla had to reduce the price to $8.35 million.

The LA Times discovered the transaction through a series of real estate records, while an anonymous source confirmed that Ohtani is the buyer. The ballplayer acquired the mansion for $7.85 million, resulting in one of the most expensive sales in the area.

Inside Shohei Ohtani’s luxurious mansion in Los Angeles

The three-story mansion, built in 2013 with a modern finish, has five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms and an outdoor kitchen, in addition to various amenities, ranging from a swimming pool, private movie theater, spa, gym and a basketball court.  The property also has a huge yard, where Ohtani’s little dog Decoy can run and play without limits. At this time, it is unknown if Ohtani and his wife, Mamiko, have already moved into the property. However, the location of their new home is just 20 minutes from Dodger Stadium.

Ohtani’s fortune

Although Shohei has an average annual salary of $70 million dollars per year, the Japanese player will only receive $2 million per season, deferring the remaining $68 million to allow the Dodgers to be able to afford a competitive roster. However, this is not a problem for his cash flow, since most of Ohtani’s income comes from his sponsorships, according to the Forbes.


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