• Located on Allison Island, the 10,632-sq ft property has 110ft of water frontage and “stellar views of the palm-lined Miami shore”.

KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 30): Artiste Lil Wayne’s Miami Beach home has just been listed for US$29 million (RM136.9 million), according to real estate portal TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

Located on Allison Island, the 10,632-sq ft property has 110ft of water frontage and “stellar views of the palm-lined Miami shore”, stated the website.

For those who are not familiar with his music, Lil Wayne has been described as one of the most influential hip-hop artistes of his generation and has even been considered one of the greatest rappers of all time.

He has bagged five Grammy Awards, 11 BET Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, and eight NAACP Image Awards. With 120 million record sales globally, he is one of America’s most commercially successful artistes.

Back to his home, it “features mahogany panelling, tons of glass, and 22ft ceilings”.

“The residence’s seven bedrooms are topped by the spacious primary suite which offers dual baths, a walk-in closet, a sitting area, and a private terrace. A second junior suite also includes its own terrace.

“The main kitchen is enhanced by custom Italian cabinetry and Subzero & Wolf appliances while an additional chef's kitchen offers separate staff quarters,” stated TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

There is also a grand pool, multiple outdoor dining spaces, a built-in barbecue grill, and a beach cabana with direct access to Allison Island’s private beach.

Other opulent features are a movie theatre, a wine room, an elevator, a private dock, and a three-car garage.

The website also stated that Allison Island is “exceptionally well-suited for celebrities and VIPs”.

“The bustling public beaches, world-class nightlife, famous art galleries, luxury shopping, and top-tier restaurants of Miami Beach are only a few miles away,” it added.

The area is home to A-list celebrities such as Pitbull, Sylvester Stallone, Madonna, and Shakira.

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