Monday, October 22, 2012

Bryan 'Birdman' Williams’ Miami Beach Mansion

American rapper Bryan Williams, popularly known as Birdman, has purchased an old Miami Beach mansion for $14.5 million. Hip-hop icon Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams is known for his extravagant spending style, and was in the news for spending a huge $8 million on a Maybach Exelero car. He is also a businessman and record producer, and is the co-founder of Cash Money Records.

 Exterior of Birdman's old Miami Beach mansion

The old mansion purchased by Bryan Williams (aka Birdman or Baby) is situated in the ultra-chic Palm Island area of Miami Beach in the USA. The residence has a grand façade and ornate décor, and resembles a luxury hotel rather than a private home. The private residence is spread over an area of 19,000 square feet, and has modern resort-like amenities.

Interior of rapper Bryan Williams' private residence at Miami Beach 

Birdman’s Miami Beach private residence contains nine spacious bedrooms and 17 baths, and can comfortably accommodate a large number of guests. The real estate property also has a private dock with access to the ocean, and about 100 feet of waterfront area. Other features of Bryan Williams’ luxury Miami Beach home are:

  • An impressive swimming pool area.
  • A 70-foot custom bar. 
  • A home theatre. 
  • A massage room and spa. 
  • A billiards room. 
  • A gym and fitness centre.

Billiard Room at Birdman 'Baby's Miami Beach Home

Birdman’s Miami Beach private mansion was once owned by Scott Storch (a music producer). In 2009, Storch was forced into foreclosure and he sold the mansion to Russel Weiner for only $6.75 million (a pretty reasonable amount). Russel Weiner seems to have made a nice profit by selling the private residence to Bryan Williams for $14.5 million.

Other celebrity homes in the vicinity of Birdman’s Miami Beach home are the private residences of Donatella Versace (fashion designer), Lil Wayne (rap musician) and Dwyane Wade (Miami Heat pro basketball player).

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