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Drake Sells Three Mansions For $22 Million



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Recent reports confirmed that Drizzy Drake is selling three of his mega-mansions in the Hidden Hills area of Los Angeles. TMZ also provided the property details.

Drake owns three mansions, all next door to each other. They include the 12,500-square-foot “Yolo Estate.” The property alone is priced at $14.8 million. 

“The main residence is an English Tudor, and it comes with all the bells and whistles… 6 fireplaces, a wine cellar, tasting room, and a theater that seats 25,” TMZ stated.

Drake sells three mansions for $22 million

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“The primary bedroom suite is fit for a king … that alone is nearly 2,000 square feet, and it features a partner’s spa with marble soaking tubs.”

The mansion also includes a large swimming pool with a waterslide and a pool bar, tennis, basketball, volleyball courts, a horse stable, and an equestrian ring.

These are just a few of the many more precious things this mansion has to offer.

In addition, the rapper is selling two other properties located next door. You can have the entire trio for a deal of just $22 million.

“For anyone who is all about the YOLO life, Drake is also selling the 2 estates next door, making for a 6.7 acre compound at the end of a cul-de-sac.”

Drake’s New Home

According to Architectural Digest, Drake is buying a Beverly Crest neighborhood in Los Angeles. The house is showing on the list as a property owned by fellow musician Robbie Williams.

Initially, Williams had given the property a price tag of $80 million. However, after the slow sales, the singer lowered the price.

The new Drake’s mansion is also approximately 20,000 to 25,000 square feet. According to the Los Angeles Times, Drizzy could get the property for $50 million.

The property has 10 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms, a gymnasium, a screening room, a tennis court, an eleven-car garage, and also an outdoor kitchen.

Written by Darian Mozo.

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