All the money he’s got and THIS is what his house looks like?!?
Floyd Mayweather Jr. Puts $3.35 Million Las Vegas Mansion Up For Sale
Boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. got paid and then some last year to the tune of $90 million, a figure that made him the highest-paid U.S. athlete for the second consecutive year. So what does America’s richest athlete do for an encore performance? That would be adding a few more million to the coffers by selling his Las Vegas mansion. Mayweather looks to bank $3.35 million for his Sin City spread, which weighs in at 7 bedrooms, 9 baths and roughly 7,300 square feet. Built in 2005, the welterweight champion’s spread spares no expense with a vaulted ceilings and marble flooring, along with amenities like a chef’s kitchen and a posh sunken living room.
Though the details are sparse, there’s plenty to be gleaned from the listing photos. For example, Floyd’s wet bar features a row of video poker machines, which is not all that surprising, considering he’s a notorious gambler (Mayweather may or may not have recently bet $5.9 million on the Heat-Pacers game 7), but it’s still cool to see. Other highlights include a massive whirlpool tub in the master bath, a kitchen island the size of a small apartment and an overall decor that is half Bellagio and half Caesar’s Palace. There’s an oasis of sorts in the backyard that looks prime for a victory party, with a pool, a pair of hot tubs and a cabana. In all, Mayweather’s home measures some 7,300 square feet and has a total of seven bedroom and nine baths.
Floyd might want to rethink how much he is selling this place for.
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