Lil Wayne Got Money: His Miami Beach Mansion Just Sold for $22.58M – News

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Sold! He had to slash the asking price to make it happen, but Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. (aka Lil Wayne) finally unloaded his tropical spread in Miami Beach, FL, for $22.58 million.
The palatial property was initially listed last September for $29.5 million. The ask dropped to $28 million in December 2022.
Even with the price reduction, the Grammy-winning rapper turned an impressive profit on the deal. He scooped up the swanky spot in 2018 for $16.75 million.
Perched along 110 feet of waterfront on Allison Island, the 10,278-square-foot home was designed by Choeff Levy Fischman, the architecture firm that also designed a house for baseball icon Alex Rodriguez.
Beyond the mahogany front doors, the home’s airy layout, soaring ceilings, and walls of windows create an inviting aura.
The modern mansion was built in 2017 and sits on a half-acre lot. It includes seven bedrooms and nine baths.
Seamlessly blending with the outdoors is a pair of living greenery walls, just beyond a sliding glass door (one of many in the house). And at least two of the bedrooms enjoy access to the home’s wraparound terrace.
Two baths, a sitting area, and custom walk-in closet anchor the primary suite.
A pool behind the house is surrounded by lush, tropical landscaping. And a few steps away, an outdoor dining space, flat-screen televisions, and a kitchen beneath a cabana offer the ultimate open-air setup.
The home’s dining area, custom wine cellar, theater, and two family rooms are perfect for entertaining aficionados. Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, alongside Italian-designed cabinetry lend a luxe vibe to the eat-in kitchen.
Separate on-site living quarters for a property manager are included with the home, as are an elevator and a three-car garage.
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Cyril Matz of Douglas Elliman represented the listing.
Based in Milwaukee, Kristine Hansen writes about food, design, drink, and travel for publications ranging from Travel + Leisure's website to a restaurant trade magazine. She lives in a 1924 bungalow and loves DIY projects.


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