It looks like Rick Ross just moved into the biggest single-family home in Georgia, a 235 acre, 109-room mansion, with a dining room that sits 100 guests, and a pool that holds 350,000 gallons of water. A recent Instagram post from MMG artist Meek Mill, looks to confirm that Ricky will now be metro Atlanta resident.
Rick Ross purchased the mansion a year after heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield lost it to foreclosure—he owed the bank a whopping $14 million. In it’s heyday the mansion was valued at $10 million. Last summer the residence went back on the market for $8.2 million, but it hasn’t been revealed how much Rick Ross dropped on the mansion. At auction, the starting bid was $2.5 million. JUUG!
The 12-room, 21-bathroom main house boasts a 350,000-gallon outdoor pool, movie theater, bowling alley, baseball field, and indoor lap pool. There’s also an extra 4,000-square-foot home on the property.
The upkeep for the mansion is almost as unreal as the mansion itself: approximately $1 million annually, with electricity bills averaging $17,000. Lets hope he didn’t bite off more than he could chew. Evander made over $200 million in his career & couldn’t maintain.