When the late David Cassidy passed away last November, it was reported that he left behind a small fortune that did not reflect his decades-long career.
It was initially believed that he had a few assets and $150,000 in music memorabilia that he collected throughout his career, but according to recent documents obtained by The Blast, Cassidy had more to his name.
The entertainer left his entire $200,000 estate to his 26-year-old son, Beau, who will also be receiving his father's $450,000 retirement plan as well as his $1 million life insurance policy.
Cassidy also had a few properties to his name, including a $3.9 million mansion in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Dubbed Casa De Mayan, the 7,016-foot property was bought by Cassidy in at the start of the millennium, but when his health began to worsen, he decided to downsize to an apartment and turn the house into a private rental property.
"David purchased [the house] around 2000. It was an older home and did lots of remodeling to it and added lots of square footage," Thomas White, the realtor and co-owner of the property, told People.
White also explained that many of the original details and Cassidy's personal possessions, including autographs, family photos, and monogrammed decorative items, still remain in the house.
Casa De Mayan has been put up for sale, but until new owners are found, it will continue to be listed on websites like Airbnb.
In addition to getting a piece of pop culture history, whoever ends up purchasing the six-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom house will not be disappointed in the amount of amenities it contains.
Located in the exclusive Harbor Beach neighborhood, the luxurious interior is even more impressive than than the exterior. Check it out:
If you look closely, you can see a photo of the 70s teen heartthrob on one of the living room walls (Hint: It's on the right).
Royal Palm Suite
Every suite, including the Royal Palm has an in-room coffee service station as well as a private balcony overlooking the Mayan River.