VINCE MCMAHON is used to bringing sports entertainment to the homes of wrestling fans each week – but the WWE chief’s own house is not too shabby either.
The 74-year-old billionaire shot to fame during the lofty days of the Attitude Era as he transformed himself from ringside announcer to an evil on-screen billionaire boss.
He purchased his business from his late father and transformed it into his own vision, buying up a host of promotions across America to turn the then-named WWF into a worldwide phenomenon.
McMahon went from filing for bankruptcy in 1976 to becoming a real-life billionaire in the 90s, owning a limousine, private jet, yacht and a £160,000 Bentley.
But one of his most expensive possessions was his Hurlingham Drive mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut, for $25m.
Naming the property Conyers Farm, it is based just on the outskirts of the city.
And the neighbourhood also has a number of other celebrities living amongst it.
McMahon’s three-storeyed mansion has nine bathrooms, a gym and a guest room.
The home is surrounded by an array of tall trees and open spaces.
The residence’s entrance has two large white gates and a long driveway to the house, with a front yard flanked by more trees.
Upon reaching the yard, Vinnie Mac and his family are greeted by a fountain before arriving at the huge garage, which is adjacent to the front yard.
Behind the property, a back door from Vince and his wife Linda’s leads to not one but two large gardens either side of a corridor, with one including a swimming pool.
The house also has a huge conservatory area, ensuring a hefty value on a 10-acre abode.
No doubt the property has rocketed since, but it was worth around $40m the last time it was valued in 2006.