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

Serena Williams now calls 90210 home.

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Serena Williams now calls 90210 home.
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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.


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.

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

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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.

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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.

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

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

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

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

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Courtesy of Sam Real, Nest Seekers International