Rapper and music producer Lil Wayne has found a buyer for the Miami mansion he paid $16.8 million for in 2018, according to TMZ. Weezy, as he’s fondly known, listed the Allison Island property in September of last year for $29.5 million, is now in contract to sell the property for an unknown amount.
The 23,760-square-foot home designed by architecture firm Choeff Levy Fischman, sits on the edge of Biscayne Bay and comes with one hundred and ten feet of water frontage, a private dock, a pool, and an outdoor kitchen. Despite being a new build, Wayne made upgrades to the seven-bedroom nine-bathroom manse, which probably accounts for the nearly $12 million jump in price.
Inside the 10,300-square-foot, two-level abode is an elevator, a movie theater, wine cellar, two family rooms, staff quarters, and a chef’s kitchen and butler’s kitchen. Floor-to-ceiling sliding doors are found throughout, ushering in the glorious Miami weather from almost every room. There is even a lush, green interior courtyard accessible through the chef’s kitchen and one of the family rooms.