Birdman flew the coop.
A year after the 52-year-old rapper’s foreclosed Miami Beach mansion was sold for $10.85 million, the home is expected to hit the market once again for a whopping $33.9 million, The Post has learned.
This listing follows an extensive renovation plan of the 20,000-square-foot estate by the latest owners — which includes all new flooring, air conditioning system, elevator, bathrooms, light fixtures and windows.
“They bought it at a very good price,” Lourdes Alatriste of Douglas Elliman, who is representing the sale, told The Post. “They were at the right place at the right time.”
Located in the upscale gated community of Palm Island, Birdman, born Bryan Williams, purchased the seven bedroom, 13 bathroom home in 2012 for $14.5 million.
Five years later, after some financial burdens, the rapper and Cash Money Records co-founder attempted to list the home for $20 million. But after years of foreclosure proceedings, the price of the home was significantly reduced.
Following the mansion’s makeover, the home’s amenities include a movie theater, chef’s kitchen, two pools, volleyball court and a private dock with 100 feet of water frontage.
The home also features a grand foyer which leads to an expansive living room with direct water views, an office, gym and library. It also holds a pizza oven and an expansive downstairs entertainment area.
The primary ensuite bedroom comes with two bathrooms, a sitting area with a fireplace and a private balcony.
“We are talking about Palm Island — one of the best islands in Miami,” Alatriste explained. “It has privacy with 24-hour police security out in the front. It has a park, tennis courts and basketball court.”
“With what we all went through last year with the pandemic, imagine a place like that with all of this space. The new luxury is not having to drive anywhere, but having a whole community right in your backyard.”
The home boasts three separate structures, including one which was once used as Birdman’s recording studio.
Despite its hefty price, the home averages the cost of the neighborhood. The house next door recently sold for $30 million.
But this isn’t the first home Birdman has had to leave. Shortly after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, he abandoned his Louisiana home, which has sat idle for over 15 years. That home is now in pre-foreclosure and is expected up for auction soon.