LL Cool J house's in Manhasset, New York house - pictures, rare facts and info about LL Cool J's home


LL Cool J was born January 14, 1968 in the New York City borough of Queens. In LL Cool J's 25+ year career, the rapper/actor has released twelve albums, with his first being Radio in 1985 when he was 17 years old. LL Cool J has also appeared in several movies an television shows. LL Cool J starred in the 1999 movie In Too Deep as underworld boss Dwayne Gittens.

In June of 1999, following the filming of In Too Deep, LL Cool J purchased a brick Colonial style home in Manhasset, New York for $1,575,000. Built in 1993 and set on just under three acres, LL Cool J's home includes six bathrooms, three fireplaces, swimming pool, and 5,552 square feet.

LL Cool J home profile - LL Cool J's house in Manhasset, New York

LL Cool J house profile - LL Cool J's house in Manhasset, New York 
LL Cool J home profile - LL Cool J's house in Manhasset, New York
LL Cool J's home in Manhasset, New York.

Manhasset is located on the North Shore of Long Island and has a population of approximately 8,300.

In 2008 LL Cool J released his 13th and final album with Def Jam titled Exit 13. The album includes the hit song "Baby" featuring The-Dream. 

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