The Weeknd just bought a $70 million mansion and here's what it looks like
Less than two years after purchasing a $25 million condo in Beverly Hills, the Weeknd has made another, much larger splurge, this time a palatial $70 million USD mansion in Bel-Air.
The 33,000-square-foot home is the epitome of opulence, complete with 13 bathrooms, spa and sauna, indoor and outdoor pools, movie theatre, music studio, gym and sports court, and more.
The interior stylings are chic, the rooms bright and well-lit thanks to folding glass doors, while the manicured 1.6 acres beyond are absolutely pristine, as one could imagine.
The acquisition of the exclusive home — which is smack dab in the middle of the Bel-Air country club — was made off-market between the Starboy singer and Dutch actor Reinout Oerlemans and his professional cyclist wife, Danielle.
In their six years there, the duo renovated the space to be much more modern, eventually selling it to Abel for more than triple the price they paid.
As the new Fresh Prince of the neighbourhood, hopefully the Weeknd will be creatively inspired by the new pad, and perhaps even record some new music in his in-home studio as he lives the life of luxury.
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