Take a look inside Michael Phelps’ new $2.5M Arizona mansion

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PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. – After adding to his stunning 23 Olympic gold medals in Rio, swimmer Michael Phelps is finally ready to ease into retirement at his $2.5 million home in Arizona.

Phelps bought the tile-roofed mansion in Paradise Valley, near Scottsdale, when his fiancee Nicole Johnson became pregnant in 2015 with their son Boomer.

The posh digs will have plenty of room for the family – the 6,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, four fireplaces and one big, beautiful pool. The pool has a spectacular view of Camelback Mountain.

Phelps says he plans on coaching at Arizona State University, where the Olympian trained for the Rio Games, according to TMZ.

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