Along with three Grammys, a BET award, and chart-topping hits, music superstar Lizzo has exquisite taste in real estate.
The place isn’t just for platinum-selling musicians, though. You can stay there too—if you’re willing to drop $30,000 a month for the luxe vacation rental.
Perched on a hill, the modern desert dwelling boasts a helicopter pad, infinity-edge pool, and awe-inspring views, which are showcased on Lizzo’s Instagram account.
“It’s a party house,” says the listing agent, Kristopher Maddock. He notes that the masterful creation has served as the backdrop for events for brands like Ferrari and Lexus, as well as weddings.
Nowadays, with the pandemic forcing people to vacation close to home, the agent noted that there’s been an uptick in interest from high-end clientele who want short-term rentals in the desert.
L.A., after all, is about two hours away by car. Demi Lovato recently made headlines with her trip to Joshua Tree in an Instagram-ready rental called “Invisible House,” complete with indoor pool and light show.
The Palm Desert property currently occupied by Lizzo offers “seclusion,” which is always a plus for A-listers.
“It’s a custom-built art gallery on the side of a hill,” Maddock says. “It’s an absolutely gorgeous property.”
Set on 2 acres, the relatively modest, 4,300-square-foot floor plan includes four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
Set at the end of a dramatic 600-foot driveway and behind steel security gates, the extremely private location offers a safe, secure desert oasis.
Built with stone, wood and steel, the ultramodern structure opens out onto desert views. Soaring ceilings with walls of windows frame the gorgeous vistas.
The grounds feature a main house and a separate guesthouse with kitchenette.
The main living area has floor-to-ceiling windows, a living and dining area with a stone-surround fireplace, and an open kitchen with bar seating.
The main bedroom opens outside. The grounds include a patio with a built-in barbecue.
Guests will also appreciate the gym and the sound system throughout the property, indoors and out, which connects to your smartphone. That means you can crank “Good as Hell” and not miss a beat—or worry about annoying your neighbors.
Alternatively, you can simply soak in the views and let the natural surroundings spark your creative juices.
As Lizzo posted from her vacation getaway, “I got 2 screenplays, an album and some checks to write. Thank you, Desert for always inspiring me.”
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