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Drake Sells the Final Home in His YOLO Estate

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Drake at Til Death Do Us Part Rap Battle Event. Photo: Getty Images

Drake finally sells his YOLO estate! Well, the last piece of it anyway. After buying a $50 million mansion in Beverly Hills from Robbie Williams, he put the infamous estate on the market in March. It was originally priced at $14.8 million but sold at $12 million. The buyer has remained anonymous as of right now.

The YOLO Estate

In the Hidden Hills of Los Angeles, Drake’s estate consists of three homes. The three homes all together cover 6.7 acres of land and include all the privacy one needs. Los Angeles Rams starting quarterback Matthew Stafford purchased two of the three mansions. He spent $11 million altogether. The anonymous buyer bought the main residence of the estate, which has $12,500 square feet. The residence resembles an English Tudor style, with a more luxurious feel. For example, there are statues of naked women surrounding the swimming pool, which is one of the reasons Drake purchased the estate. And no, we are not talking about the naked women. In a chat with Rolling Stone, he admitted it.

“I was like, ‘What are the world’s craziest residential pools?’ and when I searched online, this came up. This house was the desktop image on my computer years before I bought it.”

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Aerial view of Drake’s YOLO estate.

Luxury Living

The main residence has six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. The master bedroom is about 2,000 square feet that comes with a spa for relaxation. There are countless fireplaces, a movie theater, wine cellar and a recording studio. Outside, you can find an enormous swimming pool, a bar, and a couple of waterfalls to go with a water slide. In another area outside, you will find a tennis court as well as a basketball court. You can ride horses as there is a stable, and have fun riding a mechanical bull. Drake purchased this residence years ago for $7.7 million and added most of these luxuries himself. The previous owner was Larry Pollack, who originally put the estate on the market for $27 million. This was a steal for Drake and now is a steal for the anonymous buyer.

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Aerial view of Drake’s statues of naked women around the pool.

Written by: Brandon Simmons

 

Twitter: @BrandonsLane4

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