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    Floyd Mayweather pays $7.7M for glitzy Miami Beach home

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    Boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. just dropped $7.7 million cash on a newly built waterfront house on Miami Beach’s exclusive Pine Tree Drive.

    The two-story home's living room

    The two-story home’s living room

    County records show Mayweather is the new owner of 5501 Pine Tree Drive, a contemporary spec home that boasts a wide-open floor plan and water views of Indian Creek.

    The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home has interiors decked out to the nines: the floors are white glass and light-colored hardwood, the kitchen has Cameo white lacquer cabinetry and brand new modern appliances, and almost every room is wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural light.

    The home's modern kitchen

    The home’s modern kitchen

    In the backyard, Mayweather is also the proud new owner of an infinity-edge pool that has an LED light system, 80 feet of water frontage and a boat dock.
    Its listing description says it’s a “zen retreat on the water.”

    Measuring 5,200 square feet, Mayweather’s purchase price for the house breaks down to just under $1,481 per square foot.

    The boxing champ, who reportedly has a net worth between $400 million and $650 million, is no stranger to Miami real estate. He bought a similarly lavish pad at the St. Tropez in Sunny Isles Beach for $1.5 million back in 2010, and was actually trying to sell it two years ago for $2.6 million in favor of moving to a more spacious house in either Miami Beach or Coral Gables — but eventually decided to keep it.

    Famous for boasting his wealth — he raked in an incredible $220 million after his fight with Manny Pacquiao — Mayweather has already taken to Instagram to show off his new house — with a pair of luxe supercars parked out front, of course.

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