It looks like The Weeknd would like to spend his weekends elsewhere. The chart-topping musician is now penning a swan song for his massive Hidden Hills, CA, mansion. It’s on the market for $24,995,000, according to Variety.
The hit-maker, whose given name is Abel Tesfaye, reportedly purchased the 3-acre property in 2017 for $18.2 million. Located in a gated community that’s popular with celebrities, the home is surrounded by redwood trees, lawns, and hillsides.
Built in 2017, the 13,391-square-foot, seven-bedroom home comes with a two-bedroom guesthouse.
The entry hall features a double-height ceiling and two-story window wall. The interiors are white and bright, with warm wood and stone accents in the living and dining rooms. An enormous kitchen has two islands and looks out to a family room with fireplace and bar. The massive living area opens to multiple terraces.
The home includes dual master suites, an office, wine room, fitness studio, home theater, five-car auto gallery, and full basketball court. The latter is an amenity that can no longer be duplicated in Hidden Hills, the listing notes.
The grounds feature a pool, spa, and cabana with a living room. The locale is close to Calabasas and the Malibu coast.
Last year, the three-time Grammy winner picked up a penthouse in the exclusive Beverly West Tower in Westwood.
The $21 million transaction was one of the highest-priced condo sales ever recorded in the Los Angeles area. The sleek18th-floor, 8,215-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The 30-year-old Toronto native has hit No. 1 on the charts with “The Hills,” “Can’t Feel My Face,” and “Starboy.” His latest album, “After Hours,” dropped in March and debuted on top of the Billboard album chart.
Angel Salvador with The Agency holds the listing.
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