The previous house of retired skilled boxer Mike Tyson is coming in the marketplace for $8.5 million.
Situated in Bethesda, M.D., the home is owned by Monica Turner, Mr. Tyson’s ex-wife. The couple purchased the house collectively in 1995 and lived there collectively into the 2000s, mentioned Ms. Turner, 54, in an interview. Ms. Turner, who grew up within the space, mentioned she stored the home after their divorce.
Roughly 30 minutes exterior Washington, D.C., the property overlooks the Congressional Nation Membership golf course. Ms. Turner, a medical physician, mentioned she has expanded the property over time, including an adjoining lot and an extension to the home.
The 7-bedroom property now spans about 19,000 sq. ft with a big health club, pool, sports activities courtroom, piano room, media room, and sport room, in keeping with itemizing agent Daniel Heider of TTR Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty. The entryway has giant home windows overlooking the backyard and golf course.