Get a look inside Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s $10 million Vegas compound.

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There’s a reason Floyd Mayweather Jr. is nicknamed “Money,” and it’s not for a lack of spending. The retired boxer has shelled out $10 million for a newly constructed compound in Las Vegas.

Extravagant in style, the palatial estate offers a total of 21,861 square feet, including a mansion with 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. There are also two guest houses, indoor and outdoor pools, a pool house, two detached garages, a 20-car subterranean garage and a vineyard across 1.41 acres.

A column-lined porte-cochere marks the entry to the main home, which sports heated floors and an elevator. Patios and loggias span the backside, leading into a turf-and-stone courtyard with a fountain pool at the center.

Drought-tolerant plants add color to the desert landscape.

This is the second time Mayweather has dropped eight figures on a home in the last two years. In 2017, he paid $25.5 million for a Beverly Hills home.

After retiring in 2015 following an undefeated career, Mayweather returned last year to fight MMA star Conor McGregor, earning an estimated $275 million in the process. He is reportedly in talks for a rematch against Manny Pacquiao.

The home, which has 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, is fronted by a column-lined porte-cochère. (Kamran Zand via TNS)
The home, which has 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, is fronted by a column-lined porte-cochère. (Kamran Zand via TNS)