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The Weeknd’s mansion has been snapped up by Madonna. Photo – The Agency.
  • First listed last June for US$25M, Madonna paid a reported US$19.3M this week
  • Built in 2017, pop star The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye) originally bought it for US$18.2M
  • Property is in a gated community in the Santa Monica Mountains region of LA county

On the market since last June for US$25 million, this week Madonna snapped up The Weeknd’s (yes, that’s the correct spelling) Hidden Hills mansion in California for a reported US$19.3 million.

Hidden Hills is a gated community in the Santa Monica Mountains region of Los Angeles county, and is home to many actors and celebrities.

The Weeknd Madonna
Photo – The Agency

The self-styled ‘Queen of Pop’ picked up a relative bargain set on 1.2 hectares of land, with a seven-bedroom house, plus another 2-bedroom guest house, pool and basketball court.

The Weeknd Madonna
Photo – The Agency

Other features include: bar, wine room, office, gym, media room, family room, master suite with fireplace. A converted horse barn serves as an extra living space, and there’s a five-car garage.

The Weeknd Madonna
Photo – The Agency

Canadian popstar The Weeknd (real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) bought it for US$18.2 million in 2017, the same year it was built, according to reports.

So, in one way, both pop musicians got a deal.

According to Vanity Fair, Madonna now owns four properties: in London, Manhattan, and a farm in Bridgehampton (NY).

Meanwhile, The Weeknd owns a $21 million penthouse in the Westwood suburb of Los Angeles, and recently renewed his lease on a $60,000 a month penthouse in Tribeca (NY).

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