Justin and Hailey Bieber buy $ 26 million Beverly Hills mansion


Justin and Hailey Bieber extend their immovable wallet: Approximately 18 months after purchasing a $ 8.5 million house in Beverly Hills, the couple bought another home in 90210 … for $ 25.8 million.

the 2.5 acre estate is nestled in a gated community in Beverly Park, known for its huge homes and famous residents. Built in the ’80s, the two-story home received a major update “to 2019 standards with state-of-the-art amenities throughout,” according to the SEO.

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The entrance to the house features black and white checkered tiles in the Dorothy Draper and a large staircase. Inside you’ll find seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms plus a large living room, open plan family room, formal dining room, living room, library, gym, home theater, and gourmet kitchen. . The master bedroom has a separate sitting area. In addition, it has two closets and a bathroom, one of which has heated floors.

As with any worthy LA Manor, there are lots of balconies and floor to ceiling windows that overlook the courtyard and the California hills. Outside the house you will find an infinity pool, a full size tennis court, a patio with a pizza oven and fireplace, a koi pond and a large lawn.

Kurt Rappaport from Westside Real Estate Agency held the list. Josh and Matt Altman, the Altman brothers of Douglas elliman, represented the Biebers. You can take a look at the photos of the magnificent mansion (and briefly imagine that you own it by doing so) here.

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