HOUSE REAL BIG: 50 Cent’s Unsellable Connecticut Mansion (PHOTOS)

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    Rapper 50 Cent has been trying to get rid of his Farmington, Connecticut mansion since 2007 when he originally put it up for sale for $18 million. Four years later and after many price reductions, the rapper still can’t sell his extravagant mansion.

    50 Cent bought the home for just $4.1 million but reportedly spent $6 million renovating it. In 2009, the mansion was listed at $14.5 million, but was eventually pulled off the market. It went back up with a new listing agent and for a new price of $10.9 million.

    Now in 2011, he has switched real estate agents and has dropped the price down to $9,999,999 million. The home has 52 rooms on 17 private acres and includes a personal helicopter pad. The mansion also has a grand home theater, billiards room and nightclub with a lighted dance floor, and also a private room for after-hours entertainment. 50′s home nightclub includes a bar and DJ area.

    For other activities there is also a racquet ball court, indoor pool, large gym, fitness facilities and an outdoor basketball court. Now if this isn’t a house real big, we don’t know what is.

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