Rick Ross Just Bought Evander Holyfield's Former 45,000-Square-Foot Atlanta Mansion

Rick Ross Just Bought Evander Holyfield's Former 45,000-Square-Foot Atlanta MansionImage via Curbed

Rick Ross just moved into the biggest single-family home in Georgia, a 109-room mansion with a dining room that sits 100 guests, and a pool that holds 350,000 gallons of water. From Meek Mill's recent Instagram, it looks like the Miami rapper is right at home in Atlanta.

Rick Ross purchased the mansion a year after heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield lost it to foreclosure—he owed the bank a whopping $14 million. This summer the Atlanta residence, which is actually located in Fayetteville County, Ga., 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—what a steal.

With 235 acres to be mowed, along with a movie theater and bowling alley, it will cost the new homeowner $17,000 in electricity bills and another $1 million a year just to maintain the property. 

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[via Curbed/RollingOut/BeforeItsNews]

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