A home that once belonged to Mike Tyson has sold, according to the Baltimore Business Journal. The deal closed for $4.57 Million.
The retired professional boxer, who has been married three times, bought the home with Monica Turner in 1995 for just over $2 million. The couple married in 1997, and when they split in 2003, Turner held on the property, according to the Baltimore Business Journal, which also notes that the sale price was a record for the neighborhood.
The gated compound was initially listed for the aspirational price of $8.6 million last May. Shortly thereafter, the price was sliced to just under $6 million and was then dropped again in October 2020 to $5.8 million.
Settled just outside of Washington, DC, the 2.41-acre property on a private cul-de-sac offers seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms on 19,000 Sq Ft.
Beyond the gates sit a circular arrival court and three-car garage parking. Inside, a center greeting hall opens with a soaring ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the grounds and Congressional Country Club, with views of grassy, rolling hills.
Tyson left the area long ago and now resides in the Las Vegas suburb of Henderson, Nevada.