Floyd Mayweather is making another smart move investing his funds in luxury Los Angeles real estate after a reportedly $180 million raked in from his last fight.
According to Wall Street Journal, just one month after defeating well-known Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather paid $26M cash for a “French Modern Estate” in the heart of Beverly Hills on North Crescent Drive.
Floyd came around at a perfect time, when this luxurious property that was first listed in September of 2015 at $38M, has already dropped to $28.95M.
This fascinating 15,096 S.F. mansion features 6 grand bedrooms, 10 sleekly appointed bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen with every culinary convenience known, a library, a wine cellar and a movie theater.
Landscaped to impress, the backyard with super-graphic black and white stripe terrace includes swimming pool and spa, pool house with a grilling station, and a motor court.
According to the public records, the previous owner Nile Niami purchased the property in August 2014 for $15.5M and did an amazing job developing and renovating the estate.
The lightweight champion retired from boxing in 2015, but made a comeback fight in late August, earning him millions. He has since announced retirement, again.