Mike Tyson’s Mansion Near Cleveland Sat Abandoned Since 1999 Before It Became A Church

If you’ve never heard of it, you might be surprised to learn that Mike Tyson once had a mansion here in Ohio. However, he and his pet tigers once enjoyed the luxury of the Northeast Ohio landscape surrounded by exquisite architecture and an opulent lifestyle. Following 1999, however, his once gorgeous home entered a new era as an abandoned Ohio mansion. Today, it has been given a second chance at life, but its former decade as an abandoned building in total disrepair is still in local memories. Check it out:

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This formerly abandoned Ohio mansion is an interesting piece of local history. Did you know it was abandoned?

This isn’t the only Ohio landmark to enjoy a second life. The formerly abandoned Joseph and Feiss Clothcraft Shops warehouse is now a school! For more abandoned places, you can also connect with photographer Rob Vaughn (whose gorgeous work is featured in the article above) on Instagram.

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