The singer and businesswoman sold the L.A.-area residence for $6.55 million earlier this month.
The deal leaves the 34-year-old with a loss on the contemporary-style home she bought in 2017 for $6.8 million.
But don’t feel bad for RiRi. She’s worth a staggering $1.4 billion, Forbes estimates, thanks to her chart-topping hits and Fenty Beauty line, which raked in $550 million last year.
However, when it comes to this particular property, Rihanna had some bad luck.
Shortly after buying the place, an intruder broke in and stayed for hours while she was away. Soon after, the performer called it quits on the sleek space and placed it on the market.
It was initially listed for $7,495,000 in 2018, then it went on the luxury rental market for $35,000 a month.
The nine-time Grammy winner relisted the home in October 2021 for $7,295,000.
Built in 2015, the home offers a “contemporary traditional” style. It sits on a half-acre parcel close to the Sunset Strip and offers treetop and city views.
The 7,130-square-foot layout includes six bedrooms, a living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen, and a large family room.
The primary suite is on the second floor and comes with a sitting area, fireplace, and spa bath.
Other luxe details include a home theater and gym. The gated compound comes with a guesthouse and fitness center.
The grounds feature an infinity pool, a grassy yard, and ample parking space.
Ritzy real estate
Rihanna, who gave birth to a baby boy in May, also has other high-end real estate.
In 2021, she purchased a brand-new Beverly Hills gem for $13.75 million. Along with a condo in Century City, she’s also reported to own a $22 million beach pad on the island of Barbados, where she was born.
The real estate mogul has also rented some high-end cribs, including a luxe mansion in London, a Manhattan penthouse, and a Hamptons getaway.