The 69-year-old's palatial property in Boca Raton is home to seven bedrooms, 19 bathrooms and even has its own recording studio.
While it also boasts more than 27,000 square feet, a movie theatre and an outdoor wood-burning pizza oven.
Oh and let's not forget the underground wine cellar that is ready to stock 1,000 bottles – just enough for party guests.
Should Henry manage to flog the estate, he will gain a huge profit on the property he built 27 years ago for approximately £450,000.
And it will most certainly represent one of his best deals to date – up there with flogging Christian Benteke to Crystal Palace for £32m.
It's been a great year for Henry, with Liverpool reaching the Champions League final, while his beloved baseball side Boston Red Sox clinched the World Series.
But he is desperate for the Reds to finally win some silverware, with their last triumph coming in the League Cup in 2012.
And after spending around £170m on transfers in the summer, Henry is demanding success from Jurgen Klopp.
Speaking recently, he said: "Yeah, Kiev was painful. But getting to the Champions League final, you could say we were a little ahead of schedule.
"I think that Jurgen [Klopp] has solved our defensive issues and we are really strong at the back and in midfield, and everyone knows how good we are upfront.
“[Liverpool] as well is a very special team, and it could be a special season."
The Reds currently sit second in the Premier League table – just two points behind leaders Manchester City.
They kept the pressure on the Citizens after leaving it late to beat Everton at Anfield on Sunday, with forgotten man Dicock Origi dramatically heading home in the 96th minute.
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