The Weeknd has purchased a magnificent home fit for a king. The 31-year-old singer of “Can’t Feel My Face” recently spent $70 million on a new Bel Air home.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Dutch media billionaire Reinout Oerlemans and his wife Danielle sold the mansion to the Toronto native, The Weeknd. The couple said that they had no intention of selling their remodeled property until Beverly Hills Estates real estate agents Rayni and Branden Williams approached them.
The expansive property, which stands on 1.6 acres and overlooks the Bel-Air Country Club, is ideal for entertaining. When the Oerlemans finally came around to selling the property to The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, it was done in an off-market arrangement.
Nine bedrooms, a sports court, a spa with a sauna, a hammam, an indoor pool, an outdoor infinity pool with a waterfall, a movie theater, a gym, and a music studio make up the 33,000-square-foot estate. The gleaming industrial residence is both spectacular and modern. The estate has a Mediterranean flavor to it, and double gates will usher The Weeknd into the privacy of his own opulent retreat.
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Who wants to live in a house without French doors, sweeping staircases, a terrace, and a large pond? These features will undoubtedly make the R&B rocker feel at ease.
The Weeknd has a history of lavish real estate purchases. The “Take My Breath” singer reportedly spent $25 million on an 8,215-square-foot Beverly Hills home with four bedrooms and four corner balconies in late 2019.
The Weeknd’s new nine-bedroom property sits 1.6 acres, overlooks the Bel-Air Country Club, and features such amenities as a spa with a sauna, an indoor pool, an outdoor infinity pool with a waterfall, movie theater, gym, and a recording studio.
Following the advent of the Black Lives Matter movement, The Weekend gave $500,000 to several groups combating racial inequity last year. Tesfaye announced his $1 million donation as part of a partnership with World Food Program USA that will offer two million meals to individuals in the Tigray region in reaction to the turmoil in Ethiopia earlier this year.
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