What do you do when you pocket $100 million after coming out of retirement for just one fight? Well you buy an ultra-luxurious Beverly Hills mansion of course!
That’s exactly what boxer Floyd Mayweather has done in the wake of his technical knockout over Conor McGregor last month.
The champion boxer has spent a cool $A32.5 million on a Beverley Hills stunner.
So are the new digs worth just over a quarter of Mayweather’s prize winnings from the hugely anticipated match?
The 15,000 square foot home (1,400 square metres) boasts six bedrooms and ten bathrooms (the master suite has two bathrooms alone), a wine cellar, gym, 20-seat cinema, pool, guest house, a panelled library and a four car garage.
The “French modern” home is decorated exquisitely and features lots of marble, a classy neutral colour palette, chandeliers, monochromatic detail, pops of greenery and grand staircases.
The attention to detail is impressive as are the quality materials sourced for the home, such as the fine Italian cabinetry in the master bedroom’s walk-in wardrobes.
Effortlessly blending high style and state of the art technology, the home was renovated back in 2015.
With an open floorplan there is plenty of room for entertaining, which should come in handy for the boxer who recently admitted to having seven girlfriends.
Named “The Essence of Beverly Hills”, Mayweather’s new home is right next door to the infamous Beverly Hills Hotel.
It truly is a knock out.
The mansion was built by developer Nile Niami, a former Hollywood producer who is also developing a 74,000-square-foot hilltop spec home in Bel Air which he plans to put on the market next year for a staggering $500 million. If all goes to plan, this would be the highest price sought for any residence globally.