Ex-boxer Mike Tyson reportedly has sold his Southwest contemporary-style house in Paradise Valley, Ariz., a wealthy Phoenix suburb, for $2.339 million, according to the Arizona Republic. The Republic reported on Saturday that the former heavyweight champ had sold the house. The sale apparently has cleared public records, although not the public-records databases that we use. The house that Tyson reportedly sold, at 5506 E. Morrison Lane in Paradise Valley's El Dorado Estates area, is one that Tyson bought less than two years ago, in May 2005, for $2.1 million, according to public records. Built in 1988, the house sits on a 1.01-acre parcel, according to public records. The house's size is open to debate; public records state that the house measures 6,545 square feet, while the Republic and listing information reported that it contains 7,788 square feet. Features in Tyson's recently sold house, which is on the west side of Mummy Mountain and is behind gates, include five bedrooms, a game room, a library, a motor court, a guesthouse and a tiled four-car garage, according to listing information. Other features include three fireplaces and a master suite with double sinks, a whirlpool, and a bidet, according to listing information. Check out listing information for the house--including photos--here.