Rapper Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson’s $18 Mil House Photos

Valery Stone

by Valery Stone on Dec 03, 2013

Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson's Estate

Hip-Hop superstar 50 Cent (birth name Curtis Jackson) owns this $18.5 million mansion in Farmington, CT.

The mansion sits on a sprawling 17.6 acres and measures 48,515 square feet on the inside. It boasts 19 bedrooms, 19 full and 16 half bathrooms. The amenities include a pool, guest house, private lake and boat-house,  tennis/basketball courts and a maid’s headquarters.

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Satellite View of Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson’s Estate:

 

 

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