Rihanna found a new home!
The 33-year-old Anti superstar and mogul just paid $13.8 million for a mansion in Beverly Hills, Calif., via Dirt on Tuesday (March 16).
Residents on the street include her “FourFiveSeconds” collaborator Sir Paul McCartney, as well as an estate recently rented by Madonna during the pandemic.
Here’s more about the home’s history, via Dirt: “Originally built in the 1930s, the Rihanna estate was formerly owned by Mary Sheldon, the daughter of I Dream of Jeanie creator Sidney Sheldon. In 2016, Sheldon sold the dated house for $4.3 million to entrepreneur and investor Daniel Starr, whose acquisition of the property was chronicled on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing. Starr subsequently spent millions to demolish and rebuild nearly every inch of the house (and he would later sue his contractors for those millions, alleging fraud and shoddy workmanship.) Last year, the property was put up for sale, asking $15 million. The transfer to Rihanna appears to have gone down off-market, but the ‘Umbrella’ empress forked over $13.8 million for the premises, according to tax records.”
The 7,600-square-foot mansion features a giant black bull sculpture, an open-air central courtyard with an al fresco terrace, pool, spa, and firepit.
This is far from Rihanna‘s only abode: she has at least four other multimillion-dollar houses, including one in the Hollywood Hills, a vacation getaway in Barbados, and a condo in Los Angeles. Her main residence is in Century City’s “The Century” skyscraper.
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