50 Cent’s House in Connecticut Sells After 12 Long Years on the Market

Rapper 50 Cent finally sold the massive Connecticut mansion he bought from Mike Tyson back in 2003.

Rapper Curtis Jackson, better know as 50 Cent, has finally found a buyer for his massive compound in Farmington, Connecticut. The sprawling property sold for $2.9 million — significantly less than the initial $18.5 million ask (84% less, to be more precise).

But the sale put an end to a 12-year search for a buyer, as 50 Cent’s house was first listed back in 2007, resurfacing on the market every now and then with a fresh price. Jennifer Leahy of Douglass Elliman was the one who brokered the sale, wrapping up the property’s long run on the market.


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