Rihanna has just dropped $13.8 million on a sprawling Beverly Hills property

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The mansion is nestled behind lush hedges and gates in the mountains above Beverly Hills.

  • Rihanna dropped $13.8 million on her new Beverly Hills mansion.
  • She will be neighbours with other Hollywood stars including Sir Paul McCartney and Madonna.
  • Key features include a Balinese style master ensuite, a spa, and several al fresco terraces.
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Singer and business mogul Rihanna has splashed out $13.8 million on a 7,600 square-foot mansion in Beverly Hills.

It could be her most expensive property purchase to date, according to The Real Deal. Apparently, it was originally listed for $15 million last year. The seller of the luxury abode is investor Daniel Starr, who bought it in 2016.

The listing said the Heather Road property was designed and executed as an elevated living experience.

It’s nestled behind lush hedges and gates in the mountains above Beverly Hills, close to the properties of other Hollywood stars including Mariah Carey, Madonna, and Rihanna’s “FourFiveSeconds” collaborator Sir Paul McCartney, Dirt reported.

The house was constructed in 1938 and has undergone significant changes, according to The New York Post. It features a “sophisticated design” that “blends both contemporary and traditional elements,” the listing said. It has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

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The seller of the luxury home is investor Daniel Starr, who bought it in 2016.

Other eye-catching features include a glossy black bull sculpture, a spa, a cabana terrace, a custom pool, and interior and exterior fireplaces scattered throughout.

Upstairs, the master suite captures the essence of Bali, with a five-star bedroom that faces Coldwater Canyon, and a custom closet with black lacquer cabinetry. Its marble-heavy ensuite master bath opens to an outdoor lounge area.

The “Diamonds” singer grew her estimated net worth from $210 million to $600 million from 2018 to 2019, according to Forbes.

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