Uber wealthy boxer Floyd Mayweather may be retiring to a six-bedroom home in Beverly Hills. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the fighter paid $26 million (just a fraction of the $100 million he earned for his latest bout) for a nearly 1,600-square-foot mansion near the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Built in the ’90s, the home received a recent overhaul overseen by megamansion developer Nile Niami. Features of the residence include hardwood and marble floors, French doors, multiple fireplaces, built-in shelving, and an elaborate winding staircase leading to the second level.
In addition to the six bedrooms, the very well-equipped property includes an enormous kitchen, a separate cocktail bar and wine cellar, a master bedroom with its own balcony and en-suite bathroom, a gym, and a guest house with a home theater that seats 20 and has a built-in concession stand.
The home sits on a half-acre lot with a grassy backyard and a large swimming pool and spa.
Even with all those amenities, though, it’s a bit low-key for Niami, who in February listed a $100 million Beverly Hills spec house (and released this very sexual video to promote it). The home was initially advertised with a pair of luxury cars and an art collection worth millions of dollars. But as THR reports, the price has since dropped to $85 million, with the cars and art no longer included in the sale price.