Floyd Mayweather Just Bought This Opulent Las Vegas Mansion For $10 Million In Cash

By on October 30, 2018 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

A year ago, Floyd Mayweather earned around $300 million defeating Conor McGregor. As a special treat, he rewarded himself a month later with a $25 million Beverly Hills mansion. So is the long-time Vegas resident giving up the desert life for 90210? Not exactly. In fact, Floyd appears to be building a mini real estate empire. His latest acquisition? A $10 million Las Vegas estate.

Located 12 miles west of the strip, a roughly 30 minute drive, Floyd's newly-constructed estate is located in a private gated community called Queensridge.

He paid cash in an off-market transaction for the 11-bedroom, 14-bathroom, 21,861 square foot mansion. The 61,420 square-foot property features multiple guest houses, a vineyard, indoor and outdoor pools and an underground 20-car garage.

This image is courtesy of Floyd's listing agent Kamran Zand of Luxury Estates International.

Kamran Zand/Luxury Estates International

As you can see, it's an extremely opulent mansion fit for a king. Or in this case, fit for the king of money. As of this writing, we peg Floyd Mayweather's net worth at $560 million. His career earnings top $1.1 billion.

Floyd has posted a few videos of the mansion on his instagram account. Honestly, it looks like something a Roman emperor would build. Check these videos out:


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