- Mike Tyson’s mansion has been put up for sale by his ex-wife
- Monica Turner won the divorce case against the legendary boxer
- The massive property is reportedly put up for sale for £7million
The former home of the legendary Mike Tyson and his ex-wife Monica Turner has been put up for sale for around £7million, Daily Star reports.
Turner who won the divorce case and was awarded the property which housed the couple in the late 1990s has reportedly put the mansion up for sale.
Tyson and his former lover bought the property in 1995 and they lived there together for several years before divorcing after the legend’s alleged infidelity.
Turner won the divorce settlement in 2003, keeping the mansion and expanding it over the years.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Turner now wants to sell the residence and is looking for a substantial figure in trying to shift it.
The luxury house is 19,000 square feet in area, situated just outside Washington DC.
Out the back of the property sits the Congressional Country Club golf course, with Monica previously recalling how her children would cheer on Tiger Woods during US Open tournaments held there.
And this is coming barely a month that a report surfaced that Mike Tyson who was declared bankrupt in the year 2003 had no choice than to sell his 50-room mansion.
The legend had to let go the gigantic mansion which has two swimming pools, a nightclub, and a studio.
It was further gathered that the mansion also has 25 special bedrooms and selling the house remains a bitter pill for Mike Tyson to swallow up till today.
During the time Mike Tyson sold his mansion, he was said to be having a massive debt of £17m and was looking for all possible ways to make sure that he pays.
The mansion has a marble floor everywhere and there is a lion statue in front of the entrance which welcomes visitors.
However, there were also reports that 50 Cent complained years back that the mansion is too expensive to maintain claiming that it costs him £50,000-per-month.
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