Towering three stories above the Atlantic shores, the contemporary kingdom spans almost 11,000-square feet whilst including a 5,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with visions across the surrounding neighborhood.  With an arty facade and modernist interiors, the mansion is counted with the world’s best homes – and among the most impressive in Miami Beach.  Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather is best known for his former career as a professional boxer – competing between 1996 and 2015. Crowned as the ‘Fighter of the Decade’ by The Ring, Floyd famously retired with an undefeated record and fifteen major world championships under his belt.  He now works as a boxing promoter and was welcomed into the International Boxing Hall of Fame this year.   While the home’s exterior is something to behold, the interiors are equally as magnificent. Each of the property’s nine bedrooms serves as a catalyst for our luxury bedroom ideas – from its fashionable beige palette to its contrasting wooden accents that give the space a traditionally timeless aesthetic.   Meanwhile, the kitchen serves as a mood board of white kitchen ideas, from its subtly-hued cabinets to its soothing marble tones that drench the kitchen island.  Leading from the kitchen, a grand hallway acts as the beating heart of the home – with a sweeping staircase and elevator that climb to the gym, spa bathroom, and movie theater. Beyond the stylish facade, the exterior offers a host of tropical garden ideas – including a pristine lawn area, an abundance of palm trees, and monochromatic furnishings on the fringe of the swimming pool.    The exterior space includes an outdoor bar space that overlooks the sought-after oceanic postcode – because this is Miami Beach, after all. There are also four garages and parking spaces for up to six cars and a private dock with room for a large yacht.  Dina Goldentayer and Ana Viyella of Douglas Elliman (opens in new tab) held the listing. Tanasha Pettigrew of Galleria International Realty represented Floyd Mayweather.