Olympian Michael Phelps is moving his gold medals to Arizona

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Merman/Olympian Michael Phelps has got 23 gold medals and a new $2.5 million home to keep them in.

The 6,010-square-foot home in Scottsdale, Arizona, comes with five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, European stone and imported hardwood floors, custom lighting, and four fireplaces, including in the back outdoor living area. According to the listing the home has been pre-wired for full automation smartphone control, and patios were hand-set with imported Concha Stone quarried from an ancient seabed. There is also, of course, a pool, plus a hot-tub.

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According to TMZ, Phelps had been training at Arizona State University in nearby Tempe, and has said he plans to help coach the college swim team now that his Olympic career is over.

The record-breaker reportedly sold his three-bedroom condo in Fells Point, Baltimore, for $1.25 million back in 2012.

Walt Danley of Walt Danley Realty had the listing. [TMZ]

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