Delight in Ice Cube’s Marina Del Rey Mansion, a Haven of Elegance with a Captivating Wine Cellar Below

Ice Cube purchased the Marina del Rey property from Jean-Claude Van Damme for $7.25 million in April 2016, after a previous offer of $10 million. Another r𝔲mor suggests Jean-Claude Van Damme spent around $6 million for the home in 2012.

Marina del Rey is a small Los Angeles County beachside neighborhood. One of Los Angeles County’s unincorporated beachside neighborhoods, Marina del Rey has just around 10,000 residents.

Modern Marina del Rey estate was built near the Grand Canal in 2011. The rapper’s 7,575-square-foot bespoke contemporary home is magnificent. Like other celebrity residences in Los Angeles, the property is close to neighboring homes.









The six-bedroom estate on a canal has ocean views. Ice Cube’s acquisition is one of Marina del Rey’s best values because the home has no negatives except privacy.

Rumors say Ice Cube and his wife bought the villa for family vacations. Their principal home is 10 miles away, where they raise their children. They came here to spend time together without interruptions without their kids.

The three-story mansion overlooks the canal. Nighttime canal reflections make the home glitter. All construction materials were high-quality and imported.