Rick Ross’s most recent real estate purchase is impressive not just for its celebrity pedigree but for its record-breaking turnaround. The Miami native recently dropped $3.5 million for Amar’e Stoudemire’s South Florida mansion in an all-cash deal that closed in just four days—the fastest closing in the history of the gated community where the property is located. The former NBA all-star player had owned the property for more than a decade, and it includes a sprawling 7,361-square-foot main house and a 1,314-square-foot guest house, as well as a nine-car garage.
The single-story main house features 10-foot ceilings, white marble floors, and coffered ceilings, with four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. A chef’s kitchen, a hidden movie theater, an indoor bar area with a pool table, and a yoga room offer up plenty of corners for friends and family. The guest house boasts two bedrooms and one bathroom, with its own kitchen and living room.
Ross’s other home, a palatial 12-bedroom estate in Atlanta, recently made headlines as the main location for the filming of Coming 2 America. The mansion, which boasts a whopping 109 rooms spread across 45,000 square feet, made for the perfect stand-in for a palace in the fictional country of Zamunda. “They changed the wallpaper in the dining room so I asked them to keep it up there,” Ross told Variety of changes the set designers made to his pad. “They also created that huge dining room table for a dining scene that seats 50–60 people and they left that for me as a gift. It’s humongous.”
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