And the luxe property hits all the right notes for a global superstar. The seller, born Abel Tesfaye, purchased the spacious, 3-acre spread in the celebrity enclave in 2017 for $18.2 million.
The “Can’t Feel My Face” singer proceeded to place the home on the market for $25 million last June. After a series of price cuts, the property was last listed for $22 million in December, before it was sold to Madonna.
Situated in the posh gated community west of Los Angeles, the ultraprivate residence offers serene surroundings flanked by redwood trees, grassy lawns, and hillsides.
Built for entertaining or hanging out at home, the estate offers a seven-bedroom main house, two-bedroom guesthouse, and a stylish interior, on 12,547 square feet.
Enter into a hall with double-height ceilings and a two-story window wall. White, bright interiors include the living and dining rooms, a massive, double-island chef’s kitchen with breakfast area, and a bar. Pocket doors open out to the backyard.
With two master suites, the upstairs main bedroom features a fireplace that opens to a private balcony. Other perks include an office, glitzy glass wine room, home theater, fitness studio, five-car auto gallery with flashy neon lighting, and a barn.
Outdoor space includes the pool, spa, cabana, and built-in barbecue.
The Weeknd will still have a place to spend his weekends—and other days. He reportedly also owns a $21 million penthouse in Westwood area of Los Angeles. He’s also renting an apartment in Tribeca for $60,000 a month, the New York Post notes.
Madonna, who has lived in such far-flung locales as Portugal and London, and who reportedly owns a penthouse in Manhattan and a farm in the Hamptons, is perhaps putting down roots in L.A. as she prepares to shoot a biopic about her life.
The “Express Yourself” singer and dancer, who burst onto the scene in the 1980s with bestselling albums including “Like a Virgin,” has continually reinvented her look and her music. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s most recent album, “Madame X,” hit the Billboard Top 200, her ninth of her career.
As for The Weeknd, the Toronto native has hit No. 1 on the charts with “The Hills,” “Can’t Feel My Face,” and “Starboy.” His latest album, “After Hours,” has lit up the Billboard Hot 100 with the No. 1 singles “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights.”
Angel Salvador with The Agency represented the seller. Trevor Wright with The Beverly Hills Estates represented the buyer.
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