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Мадонна приобрела в Лос-Анджелесе дом, ранее принадлежавший певцу The Weeknd (61)

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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd's Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye - originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. 'The Weeknd' bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There's also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there's a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.
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Pop superstar Madonna has splashed out $19.3 million on The Weeknd???s Los Angeles mansion. The Grammy award-winner - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye ??" originally put the home up for sale in June 2020 for $24.995 million. He eventually dropped the price to $22 million but Madonna still negotiated a further $2.7 million off the price-tag. ???The Weeknd??? bought the huge three-acre property in the celebrity-packed Hidden Hills community for $18.2 million through a trust four years ago. The 13,391-square foot property has a total of nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms throughout the seven-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guesthouse. The main house, designed as a contemporary play on farmhouse design, has gallery walls, high ceilings and wide-plank floors. Formal living and dining rooms flank the two-storey entry, which is underscored by a window-panelled front door. Custom lighting draws the eyes from the dining room to a glass-enclosed wine cellar across the hallway. The huge eat-in kitchen has two islands and top-of-the-range appliances. The adjoining family room has a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. There???s also an office with fireplace, a media lounge with integrated media equipment and a small fitness suite. A five-car garage is decked out like a disco with turquoise LED lighting strips embedded into the high-gloss floor. Outside, there???s a heated dining terrace, a zero-edge swimming pool, spa and a pool house. Discreetly hidden behind the pool house are a large barn and a small patio that provides access to a full-sized basketball court.

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