Floyd Mayweather has retired from the boxing rings, but not from lavish spending and luxurious lifestyle. He recently bought an ultra-modern mansion in Miami beach worth $7.7 million.
And the world champion pugilist is one of those rare celebrities who carries cash. And if a high-end house in a beach area attracts him, he spares no time to buy it dropping hard cash from his wallet. Nobody could beat the welterweight champion in the boxing rings, and “money” Mayweather’s purchasing power seems to bear the same thrust like his fearsome knock-out punches.
Entering the luxury mansion, a 5,200 square feet of open-plan space features a glass-and-steel floating staircase. Besides there are five bedrooms and bathrooms. The chef’s kitchen is decorated by lacquer countertops and cabinets.
Surrounded by an ipe privacy wall along the perimeter of the property, which includes a zero-edge swimming pool and a spa, the water-front setting comprises of a deck and a private dock, a kitchen and a rooftop patio, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Mayweather was represented by Castelli Real Estate Services in the sale. Sotheby’s International Reality’s Raymond Bolduc was the listing agent. The property was most recently listed for $8.49 million, on the property show.
Mayweather announced his retirement last September with a 49-0 win record under his belt. He has raked up an estimated $700 million over the course of his illustrious career. His last year’s famous bout against Manny Pacquiao fetched him $180. The champion of the boxing rings owns several other properties in Los Angeles and Miami.
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