Eminem’s former Oakland Township mansion is back on the market for $3.75 million — let’s take a tour


Will the real Slim Shady please move out?

OK — so technically the speed-defying Detroit rapper sold his Oakland Township palace in 2017 — a far cry from his trailer park upbringing. Rumor has it that the 48-year-old rap god didn't spend a whole lot of time at the 17,500 square foot mansion that butts up against Stoney Creek Metropark, which he bought in 2003 in favor of his 8,000 square foot home in Clinton Township, where he currently lives and where Em raised his family and, most recently, fended off a home invader. Regardless, this massive home still screams Shady — and we're not just talking about the impressive accommodations for his car collection, some of which can be seen in these real estate images.

Anyway, the current owners are looking to make some major moolah on this quick sale. Considering they bought it in 2017 for $1.9 million and are seeking $3.75 million, which they might just get based on the home's star power alone. Well, that, and the fact that the house has a pool with a hot tub, tennis/basketball court, a three-story elevator, state of the art electronics, audio, visual, and lighting systems. We could go on and on describing all of the incredible features, like the master bath that has a shower fit for, well, several people, let's just say, but not unlike its former owner, it must be seen to believe. Do not miss your chance to blow several million on this piece of hip-hop history.

This home is listed by Michael Perna of the Perna Team/KW Advantage