Rapper Lil Wayne is looking to offload his luxurious Miami Beach mansion for a tidy profit after holding on to it for only four years.
According to The Dirt, the controversial musician paid US$16.8 million for the brand new spec mansion and is now looking to sell the estate for an eye watering US$29.5 million.
The mansion is location within Miami Beach’s exclusive guard-gated Allison Island, directly overlooking Biscayne Bay and includes 33m of waterfront.
Sitting on a half-acre block of land, the mansion was built in 2017 by Miami developer Laurent Harari and designed by local architect Ralph Choeff.
Inside there’s seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, in nearly 1000sq m of living space, which boasts high ceilings, walls of glass and multiple indoor-outdoor living areas.
Some of the exclusive amenities include a commercial-grade elevator, a movie theatre, a wine cellar and dedicated staff quarters with a butler’s kitchen.
There’s also a custom mahogany entryway that leads into a great room with a sky-high ceiling, a fireplace and sliding glass doors that lead to the manicured backyard.
The dining room combines with the family room and is attached to a gourmet kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry, and high-end Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.
A unique floating staircase leads to the upper level and the master retreat, which comes with a sitting area, a private terrace, a walk-in closet and dual baths.
Outdoors, the tropical-inspired grounds offer a large pool and cabana with its own kitchen and bath.
Lil Wayne is looking to officially move out of Florida having recently purchased a Hidden Hills estate in California for US$15.4 million.