Fresh off his bout against Conor McGregor, boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr.has bought a mansion in Beverly Hills for $25.5 million.
The former boxing champ continues to burn the cash after hanging his gloves in the wake of his comeback victory over Conor McGregor to take his ring record to an awesome 50-0.
After splashing on fans, crew and strippers, the Moneyman has stumped up $26million cash to buy a luxurious six-bedroom property in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
The French modern-style home, built in 1992 and renovated in 2015 by spec developer Nile Niami, encompasses slightly more than half an acre. In addition to the 15,096-square-foot main house, there’s a guesthouse with a gym and 20-person theater, a staff suite and a four-car garage. Black-and-white striped decking surrounds the swimming pool and pool house.
The two-story main house features eye-catching chandeliers, mirrored wall fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, a family room and a cocktail bar with a glass-enclosed wine cellar. The library/den is finished in black wood cabinetry and molding. A row of 10 French doors open from the living room to the grounds.
And Sun reports that Mayweather has even spent a further £370,000 on top of the sale price on home furnishings as he makes the most of the $125m loot he carted away from the McGregor fight last month.
Other features of the two-storey property include a row of ten French doors that open from the living room to the grounds, landscaped gardens with black-and-white marble surrounds, with luxury sofas and an open burner to keep guests warm outside in the evenings.
Mayweather’s master bedroom boasts dual bathrooms and a private terrace looking down onto the pool area. There’s a Miele-equipped concession bar and plenty of room to park his fleet of luxury cars.
The undefeated fighter, who has held more than a dozen world titles in five weight classes, has banked an estimated $800 million over the course of his career.
He owns other property in Las Vegas and the Miami area.