50 Cent has lastly offered his over-the-top Connecticut mansion to the tune of $three million. And though the rapper – in any other case generally known as Curtis Jackson – unloaded the 50,000-square-foot house for 84 p.c lower than he initially requested for in 2007, it’s all for a great trigger, because the Grammy winner is claimed to be donating all the proceeds to charity.
On Monday, TMZ reported that Jackson lastly offered the Farmington megamansion, with all income from the sale benefitting his G-Unity Basis. The palatial 19-bedroom, 25-bathroom house was as soon as owned by Mike Tyson, and the boxer’s ex-wife Monica Turner offered the house to 50 Cent in 2003 for $four.1 million, Architectural Digest reviews.
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The sale marked the costliest residential actual property transaction in Farmington (which is about 80 miles north of posh Greenwich), a report that also stands thus far, based on MarketWatch.
Jackson is claimed to have spent between $6 and $10 million renovating the 52-room compound, Realtor.com reviews, although his first try at promoting the house for a whopping $18.5 million in 2007 proved fruitless.
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The 17-plus acre property hopped on and off the marketplace for a number of years with varied value cuts, most just lately being listed for $four.995 million, as per MarketWatch. Although the “Sweet Store” singer filed for chapter in 2015, which revealed that the Farmington mansion value round $70,000 in month-to-month charges, the now 43-year-old rapper was capable of grasp onto the home.
As famous by AD, essentially the most extravagant options of the house probably delayed its sale for years on finish, with facilities together with a recording studio, green-screen room, full-sized fitness center, a number of gaming rooms, a house theatre, basketball courtroom, indoor pool, a “night time membership,” “Playboy mansion-style grotto” and extra.
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