Serena Williams Scored a Lavish Beverly Hills Mansion 

Serena Williams already bought a new house in Beverly Hills. Scroll through to see inside.
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It's an airier layout than her other home.
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One of the five bedrooms.
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There are brushed oak floors throughout the residence.
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The house is over 6,000 square feet.
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The master bathroom is incredible.
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With a separate glass enclosed shower.
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There are custom marble countertops.
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The cabinetry is custom, too.
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Fleetwood doors in the kitchen open to the veranda.
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She paid $6.68 million for it.
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The formal dining room.
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She's currently trying to find a buyer for her Bel Air house.
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A relaxing spa room.
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It's on 0.25 acres.
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There's a Baja pool outside.
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There are multiple fireplaces.
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It's perfect for entertaining.
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The wine cellar is by an additional kitchen area.
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Serena Williams just seriously upgraded her home situation.

The tennis champion bought a brand new, three-story home in the coveted Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood, and she hasn’t even sold her other Los Angeles home—Williams listed her longtime Bel Air abode for $12 million last week.

Williams’ new pad, for which she paid $6.68 million, is much sleeker and more contemporary than the one she’s trying to leave behind.

Serena Williams ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP/Getty Images

It’s situated in a guarded, gated community, so it’s a super secure spot for Williams, her fiancé Alexis Ohanian and their daughter, who was born in September. At 0.25 acres, it is much smaller than the 2.7-acre Bel Air home.

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house is comprised of an enormous open kitchen with Fleetwood doors that open to the outside, as well as separate dining and living rooms. The master suite offers city views and a huge marble bathroom.

There are brushed oak floors, custom cabinetry, multiple fireplaces and marble countertops throughout the home, per the listing held by Nest Seekers broker Sam Reel, as well as marble mosaic floors. There’s a wine cellar and a yoga room, and the outside includes a built-in barbecue, outdoor kitchen and a Baja pool.

One thing it does have in common with the Bel Air estate, however, is the lack of a tennis court—but even world-renowned players need a break, sometimes.

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