Serena Williams is parting ways with her Beverly Hills mansion.
The tennis star, whose primary residence is in Florida, has listed the 6,000-square-foot Calif. home for $7.5 million, the New York Post reported Friday.
The stunning property is inside a gated community in the Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood, and the three-story home boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
In addition to a wine cellar, full bar, yoga room and gym, there is also a pool overlooked by a covered patio.
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Last month, Serena, 39, gave a tour of her 14,500-square-foot Florida property to Architectural Digest, explaining that sister Venus Williams and her interior design firm V Starr helped turn the estate into her dream home.
"You have to know your lane. I'm really good at playing tennis; I'm not as good at interiors," she said of having help designing the house. "But I was able to learn through just watching Venus."
While Serena had just started dating husband Alexis Ohanian when she bought the property, the couple now live there together with their daughter Olympia, 3.
The Reddit founder, 37, had a hand in designing Olympia's bedroom — which is fit for a little princess with a custom-made castle bed complete with a slide, plus a handblown glass chandelier from artist Josh Fradis.
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"She goes down the slide every night while we're thinking, 'Man, we shouldn't have done that, because now at bedtime, she just wants to slide,' " Serena joked to AD. "But whatever makes her happy makes me happy."
Ohanian recently supported his wife at the Australian Open semifinals by wearing a T-shirt embossed with a photo of Serena and the words "GREATEST
Serena ultimately lost in straight sets to Naomi Osaka.
In a candid Instagram post after the match, Serena said that while it was "not an ideal outcome or performance," she was still "honored to be able to play in front of" her fans.
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