‘Iron’ Mike Tyson’s former £1.5m Las Vegas mansion used in The Hangover has an infinity pool, two spas and a waterfall – The Sun

THIS is the house where Mike Tyson became a Hollywood star.

In 2008, the 53-year-old former heavyweight champion let movie director Todd Phillips and his cameras into a stunning mansion he lived in with wife No3 Lakika.


They filmed hilarious scenes from cult movie The Hangover, in a cameo that would go on to define him and rebuild his career after years of bankruptcy.

Found in the beautiful gated community called Seven Hills in the suburb of Henderson, it boasts six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, and its own private balcony.

And golf enthusiasts will enjoy the incredible 18-hole Rio Secco Golf Club, as well as four large private parks filled with basketball courts, tennis courts and football pitches.

ITALIAN-STYLE

Like many new builds in Las Vegas within gated communities, the 5,740-square-feet mansion was built in an Italian style in 2001.

Two-storeys in size, the entrance opens to a grand reception room with a 25-foot-high lit waterfall, which connects to the great room that has a wet bar and fireplace.

You can imagine the great room is perfect for lounging, and where cannabis-advocate Tyson may possibly enjoy an occasional smoke.


The living room has vaulted ceilings and walls of windows that offer plenty of natural light.

Completing the look is a family room with a moon-shaped wet bar.

While a centre-island kitchen has a another wet bar, and a wine cellar.

For those chilly desert evenings, the home has four fireplaces.

There's also a garage for space for four cars.






OUTSIDE SPACE

The sprawling property also has plenty of outside space.

There's a huge pool should 'Iron Mike' fancy taking a dip.

In total, the garden boasts an infinity pool with two spas and a waterfall, as well as a large patio area, featuring a fire pit, BBQ area, bar area and pool bathroom.

Movie fans will remember Zach Galifianakis urinating in it in The Hangover.

However, it's the 18-hole golf course that's shared with other residents in the private community, as well as four large parks that have basketball courts and football pitches that make it a scenic surrounding.

Tyson and Lakika have lived in Henderson, Nevada since 2008, moving to a property nearby in 2016. But she won't be happy if the 'Wolf Pack' pop round, mind.

18th hole @rioseccogolfclub. Clear skies with the Strip in the background.#lasvegasgolf #rioseccogolfclub #riosecco #golf #lasvegasstrip

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