Pharrell Williams' Miami mansion goes up for sale for $16.8 million Pharrell Williams Tickets

Super luxe 9,000-square-foot penthouse is up for grabs

Pharrell Williams' Miami mansion goes up for sale for $16.8 million

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If you've ever wondered how sweet your flat would be if you were one of hip-hop's most elite producers, here's your chance: Pharrell Williams' luxury Florida penthouse has gone up for sale for $16.8 million (£10.3 million).

The NERD man’s 9,000-square-foot penthouse duplex in Miami is described as being a "reverse fishbowl" according to Freshome, so Williams can see everything happening outside without people being able to see in.


According to the estate agent blurb, the penthouse boasts: "Expansive living space backdropped by walls of glass. Fine granite and wood floors, each room is dressed with luxury appointments and custom built-ins. Spacious pool terraces, second level pool, summer kit and rooftop terraces all combine to create a tropical feel atop the world!"


Earlier this year, Williams sent tongues wagging about a possible collaboration with Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator and Miley Cyrus after he posted a picture of the three of them together in the studio under the caption 'In the lab'.

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