Mike Tyson’s Henderson, Nevada home – famous for its appearance in The Hangover – is now on the market for US$1.5 million. Hopefully the pool has been cleaned since Zach Galifianakis decided to make it a multi-gallon latrine.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is located outside Las Vegas in the gated community of Seven Hills. Thanks to a recent remodel, its 5,740-square-feet now boast a sharp mix of marble, wood, slate, and steel. The tiger, sadly, is not included in the listing.
Tyson’s pad opens in suitably dramatic fashion: a foyer with a 25-foot-high lit waterfall, which connects to a sunken great room with a wet bar and a fireplace. The first floor’s highlight is a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen with a breakfast bar and a walk-in pantry. Upstairs you’ll find the sprawling master bedroom, which includes a fireplace, walkout balconies, and a marble-clad bath with an impressive list of amenities, How does a standalone tub, an LED rain shower, a seamless shower, and refinished cabinetry sound?
Out back, the third-of-an-acre property encompasses an infinity pool with a waterfall and spa, and a patio complete with a built-in barbecue station, bar area, and fire pit. The former heavyweight world champion paid US$1.75 million for the property in 2008, so the next owner will score it for a slight discount. Maybe round up your Wolf Pack and go in on it together?