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Rick Ross Just Dropped $35 Million on a Waterfront Mansion on Miami’s Star Island

Though he may have a song called “I’m Not a Star,” Rick Ross is actually the newest inhabitant of Miami’s Star Island.

The Boss, a rapper known for “Hustlin,” reportedly had his sights set on a waterfront mansion on the prestigious island last month. This week, the rapper officially closed on the property. Rozay paid an incredible $35 million for the 40,000-square-foot mega-mansion, which is situated close to the center of the guard-gated, star-studded community. Numerous wealthy people, like Diddy, Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Lopez, and billionaire Ken Griffen, keep lavish homes here. Furthermore, it’s quite remarkable that the record executive was able to get a desired share of the 30 houses available on Star Island.

Jill Eber of The Jills Zeder Group, who represented the seller along with associates Jill Hertzberg, Felise Eber, and Fabio Lopes, stated, “We are so excited to have hit a high note in finding the right buyer for this spectacular property so quickly after listing it.” “We are confident that the buyer will be delighted with his new home on the highly sought-after island, Star Island is a unique place.” Tawanda Roberts of Florida Realty of Miami and Kimberly Knausz of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty served as Ross’s representatives.

Given that the record executive is renowned for hosting a number of celebrity-filled parties, the large stone terrace, outdoor kitchen, and swimming pool should be very useful. The two-story estate is furnished with a media room, a library, a living room with 30-foot ceilings and a bespoke mahogany fireplace, and a glass-enclosed entrance. The chef’s kitchen is located close by and features granite countertops, the best appliances available, a butler’s pantry, and a separate breakfast room.

Ross is obviously a connoisseur of exquisite things, therefore it goes without saying that the main suite is appropriate for rap royalty. Imagine two walk-in closets, a wet bar, dual marble baths, and remote-controlled shutters.


Rick Ross just dropped $35 million on Star Island in Miami.


The foyer.


The double-height living room.


A lounge area with sunken wet bar.


The kitchen.


The library.


The primary suite.


The primary bathroom.