A stunning seven-bedroom mansion in Beverly Hills, once home to Canadian rapper Drake, has gone up for sale for $62 million.
The luxurious home was built in early 2021 and initially marketed for sale with an even higher price tag of $65 million.
The home dubbed “Elementi” features a glass bridge, massive master suite, pool and hot tub, rooftop fire pit, and floor-to-ceiling windows with jaw-dropping views of Los Angeles.
Drake is said to have lost $215,000 a month on the rental, although he only lived there for a short time before the house finally sold for $42 million in the summer of 2021.
Drake was able to rent such a luxurious home thanks to his estimated fortune of $250 million.
A Beverly Hills mansion completed in early 2021 and once inhabited by Drake has been put on the market for $62 million
But the mystery buyer never moved in, and less than two years later the property is back on the market, with an asking price of $62 million and stunning views of LA.
The house was rented to rapper Drake for a time who paid $215,000 a month on the rental before the house finally sold for $42 million in the summer of 2021.
Outside, the house is a beautifully designed courtyard with a 20-foot cascading water wall that sits behind a 150-year-old Mediterranean olive tree that was shipped from Italy.
The property sits on a half acre hillside lot and also gives a sense of privacy and seclusion
The house has a patio and pool deck with stunning views over the valley
A hot tub is located in the pool area while allowing bathers to bask in the Southern California sun
The pool terrace offers plenty of space for sunbathing with plenty of lounge chairs around the terrace
Above the houses many levels can be seen, including a rooftop hearth
The house is now back on the market, but for $20 million more at $62 million.
Although it’s unclear who the current owner is, the buyer never moved into the lavish home despite some renovations to the place, including some changes to the pool.
The empty mansion’s asking price is clearly aimed at members of the billionaire buyers’ club.
The mansion has many luxurious features, including an 18,000 square foot living space that sits behind gates and tall hedges.
Outside the house, a beautifully designed courtyard with a 20-foot cascading water wall sits behind a 150-year-old Mediterranean olive tree that was shipped from Italy.
Stunning sunsets can be watched from the west-facing pool deck and patio
The living room sees a chandelier suspended from the ceiling with walls of glass spilling out onto an expansive terrace with a fire pit
On the other side of the living room, a linear fireplace is encased in black Italian marble
There’s room for a fleet of sports cars in the huge garage
Those entering the house are greeted by a two-story marble atrium with glass walls and a spiral staircase.
There are also two kitchens: a main kitchen complete with stylish Gaggenau appliances and a separate butler’s kitchen with two stoves.
The living room fireplace is constructed from Italian black marble and glass walls that lead to a large deck with a fire pit.
The master suite, one of the property’s 14 bedrooms, has two double marble bathrooms, a huge walk-in closet and a balcony with Jacuzzi.
A marble bridge passed over a shallow moat before reaching the main house area
Patio doors slide to allow natural light and air to flow into the home
Cool marble flooring gives a sense of space in the 18,000 square foot mansion
One of the seven bathrooms is equipped with a massage table
An unusual feature is an “enclosed atrium” that allows rain to fall inside the house
Clean lines dominate the property with black and white marble finished throughout the kitchen area
The property also houses a 20-seat cinema, a lounge with a bar, a wine cellar with a tasting area, a gym and a wellness center with sauna and massages,
Those who take a dip in the infinity pool will enjoy breathtaking views of the downtown city lights. There’s also a generous amount of outdoor patio and dining space for hosting parties.
The property, situated on a half-acre hillside lot, also gives a sense of privacy and seclusion, making it an ideal home for high profile buyers.
The mansion, designed by South Africa-based architecture firm, SAOTA, is located in the Trousdale Estates area.
The 18,000 square foot mansion was built by Luxford Investment Group, a company founded by Chinese billionaire Wang Zhongjun and led by developer Michael Chen.
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