Hot Houses: UFC fighter's crash pad and sky high New York City apartment

Each week picks its Top 3 over-the-top luxury listings from Mansion Global.

This week we have a UFC fighter’s Hollywood pad, a Florida mansion with it’s very own ice cream parlor overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and a Manhattan mansion high in the sky.

Looking for a mansion that packs some serious punch? UFC fighter Kenny Florian has placed his Hollywood Hills home on the market for a cool $3.1 million.

There’s plenty of room to rest and relax after some serious action. The 4,000 square foot home has two master suites, one on the first floor and another on the second.

The spacious upstairs master spans two-stories with a spiral staircase leading to a finished attic that could double as a meditation loft. UFC fighters clearly need a way to power down.

An adorable second-story balcony overlooks the backyard which contains an immaculately landscaped swimming pool with an elegant waterfall, a hot tub and a barbecue.

The property is perfect for someone looking for a little bit of privacy. The house sits behind a brick wall and gate.

Perhaps you want something a little sweeter? This delightful Florida mansion comes with its very own ice cream parlor.

The beachfront home hasn’t been on the market in over a decade, but now it could all be yours for $26.5 million.


The building has a total of 19,300-square feet-foot of air-conditioned living space, featuring a grand entrance hall with soaring ceilings, his and hers master suites and four additional bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half bathrooms.

The home’s personal ice-cream parlor overlooks a stunning view of the Gulf of Mexico.

Other impressive features include two elevators, a home theater, three-story terraces, an infinity edge pool and a 10-car garage.

The Italian Renaissance-style property is situated in an exclusive 1.18-acre enclave behind the gated Longboat Key Club.

And finally we have a mansion in the sky, an over-the-top Manhattan apartment on the 77th floor with soaring views of the entire city.

The 1,500-square-foot great room is an entire home in itself with walls of windows looking over the top of Central Park and beyond.

The property contains four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms and is fully outfitted with beautiful Brazilian rosewood floors. The master bedroom has dual bathrooms with a steam shower and bidet, according to the listing.

The chef’s kitchen has been newly renovated with Miele and Subzero appliances.

The owner’s custom upgrades also include a Creston home automation system with audio and video, and motorized shades.

A spot in the Manhattan skyline doesn’t come cheap. It can all be yours for $52 million.

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