Gianni Versace’s former Miami home is going up for sale. The address became infamous after the fashion designer was gunned down by serial killer Andrew Cunanan right on the front steps in 1997. Since then, the home has operated as a boutique hotel until last year when it was put up for sale with an asking price of $125 million. Come this September, it will be finally put up for auction with a starting bid at $25 million set by Fisher Auction Co.
Very few people (outside of guests who attended Versace's infamous parties in the ‘90s) have seen what the inside of the mansion looks like. So, to help buyers get an idea of what they will be bidding for, a group of photographers were invited in to snap some shots of the interior. As for a quick description: lavish things everywhere, Illuminati dreams come to life.
If you want to live like a modern day Roman emperor or Scarface minus the cocaine, this mansion’s over-the-top décor is perfect. The 23,000-square-foot home offers 10 bedrooms with adornments fit for a king. Wall art décor and carved mahogany beds are some of the many details you will find. Outside is a pool that sports black marble mosaic tiles complete with 24-carat gold inlay. For the logo obsessed, you can find the Medusa head all throughout the house. All we have to say is, Drake and Migos, this mansion is calling your name.