The Lake View mansion once owned by R&B singer R. Kelly--which Cook County prosecutors once said was the site of Kelly's alleged sex tape--sold Thursday for $2.64 million, more than 30 percent less than the original $3.89 million asking price, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The singer sold the converted church for $2.25 million in 2002, and in 2008 it was purchased out of foreclosure for $1 million and revamped for the current sale, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Renovations included the addition of an elevator, roof deck, $7,000 shower head and demolition of the basketball court that famously featured a mural of Kelly with the Tasmanian Devil, to make room for a garage.
The renovated home hit the market with a $3.89 million asking price in June 2010, which was reduced in January to $3.5 million. The 11-room mansion includes a 1,600 gallon salt water aquarium, an indoor swimming pool, sauna, spa room and elevator access to the rooftop with a full kitchen.
In 2008, prosecutors said that the wood-paneled "Colorado room" in the house's basement was the backdrop for a sex tape that allegedly featured Kelly having sex with and urinating on an underage girl. He was acquitted by a jury that found the man in the video to be unidentifiable.
Take a look inside R. Kelly's former mansion here: