50 Cent's House Sold For $2.9 Million And I'm Jealous Of Its New Owner
It was originally listed for $18.5 million and sold for less than $3 million.
What's up internet??? This week marks a momentous occasion in real estate. 50 Cent has finally sold his Farmington, Connecticut mansion after having it on the market since 2007.
Now, you may be wondering: Why should I care about the fact that 50 Cent sold his house? Well, fellow internet user, I will tell you.
THIS HOUSE SOLD FOR A FREAKING BARGAIN.
It sold for $2.9 million, 84% below its original asking price of roughly $18.5 million.
Now I get it, $2.9 million is still a shit ton of money, but let's look at what that $2.9 million gets you...
A FOYER THAT LOOKS LIKE THIS.
And where does that foyer lead to? 52 DIFFERENT ROOMS.
WITH 19 BEDROOMS.
AND 25 BATHROOMS.
A GIANT OUTDOOR POOL.
A GIANT INDOOR POOL.
A HOME THEATER.
NINE GOURMET KITCHENS.
TWO BASKETBALL COURTS.
CASINO-STYLE GAME ROOMS.
A HOME GYM.
YOUR OWN FREAKING POND COMPLETE WITH A FOUNTAIN IN THE MIDDLE AND A GUEST HOUSE.
ALL ENCLOSED BEHIND YOUR OWN PRIVATE GATE PROTECTED BY A REGAL LION STATUE.
TELL ME ALL THAT ISN'T A HUGE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK. LOOK ME IN THE EYES AND SAY IT TO MY FACE.
What can we all take away from this? Number one: 50 Cent knows how to live (and how to give back). And Number two: Whoever bought his home is the thriftiest millionaire out there.
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