Things have not been working well for 50 Cent lately. Last year, the rapper declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and in order to pay to his creditors to settle his bankruptcy case, he has now to say good-bye to his luxurious 21-bedroom mansion in Connecticut. Currently, he is trying to sell it for $ 6 million, which is less than a half of the original price, listed at $18.5 million in 2015. Let’s take a look what this incredible mansion looks like inside.
Apparently, Drake likes to spend much of time in his mansion that he has bought just recently for $7,7 million in a gated community of Hidden Hills, California.
Drake said that “it has one of the most luxurious pools in the world. With its own grottos, it was designed to outdo Hugh Hefner's notorious Playboy Mansion pool.”
This was the mansion of Albert Anastasia who ran an organized crime group Murder, Inc. in the 1930s through the 1940s in New York and elsewhere. It is believed that Murder, Inc was responsible for between 400 and 1,000 contract killings. The mansion is located in Fort Lee, NJ and sits on 1.3 acres (0.53 hectares) of land and has 25 rooms. It will go under the hammer in June with a starting bid of $5.5 million.
Frank McKinney is the designer behind “Acqua Liana”, an extravagant home set on 1.6 acres of seafront property in Florida. The house is one-of-a-kind and boasts waterfalls, lagoons, an aquarium wet bar and water walls and floors amongst other cool features on the inside. The house is certified as “triple green” by the U.S. Green Building Council making it extremely eco-friendly.
Markus Persson, aka Notch, the creator of Minecraft who is now a billionaire since he sold his company to Microsoft (in September for $2.5 billion), has purchased (apparently in cash) this mansion located in Beverly Hills, California, for the modest sum of 70 million dollars.
It's the most expensive house in Beverly Hills but hey, it's a good deal, this luxury mansion was originally on sale for $85 million!
This $85 million LA mansion took a team of artists, architects and real estate mogul to build. The house was inspired by the “Rat Pack” and Tony Stark’s bachelor pad in Iron Man and is 23,000 square feet, contains two bars and a wine room stocked with 2,500 bottles amongst many other awesome features. As a bonus, it also includes a full scale transformer model just for fun!