PHOTOS: Martin Lawrence Selling Beverly Hills Mansion

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  • Martin Lawrence is selling his extravagant $26.5 million mansion a year after splitting with his wife.

    The actor’s Beverly Hills mansion is immaculate and lush. Prior to listing it on the market, the star was renting the spot for $200,000 monthly.

    See photos below.

    It’s a 7-bedroom, 10-bathroom property, amassing over 15,000 square feet.

    The estate was also the site for his wedding to Shamicka Gibbs in 2010; they were a couple for 15 years before their wedding.

    The couple split in April 2012 and Lawrence filed for divorce.

    Together they have two girls.

    Back to the mansion. It’s clad with a grand marble entry, a formal living room, wine and dining room, family room, game room and huge, eat-in kitchen.

    It includes a home theater, which also has a concession stand.

    In total, the property situated on a gracious 2.2 acres of land that includes an outdoor kitchen, tennis court, motor court and lots of parking for your array of cars.

    (Photos: Retna, EURweb)

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    5 thoughts on “PHOTOS: Martin Lawrence Selling Beverly Hills Mansion

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    2. How can he sell it if he is renting it? The author says he is selling the house, in the title, but in the article, she says he has been renting it.

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