The "Closer" songstress, 26, purchased her new Calabasas, Calif., home on January 8 for $10,161,150 through realtor Jonah Wilson from Hilton & Hyland and Tomer Fridman from Compass.
Payne first bought the compound in December 2015 for $10 million.
Halsey already owns one other property in the sunny state. The Grammy nominee bought her Sherman Oaks home in 2019 for $2,400,000. She recently sold her Beachwood Canyon home in Los Angeles for $2,375,000 last year.
Scroll through the gallery below to see Halsey's new Calabasas mansion.
Halsey's new sprawling compound — which includes five bedrooms and eight bathrooms — is located past a gate house and over a private bridge.
The world-class private sanctuary is nestled in the hills above Malibu on five-acres of land.
The Spanish-style home is complimented with wrought-iron accents and dark hardwood floors and ceilings. The oversized windows and dramatic fireplace in the living room adds to the charm of the unique living space.
The 1D alum's former chef's kitchen boasts an oversized island with breakfast bar seating, wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Halsey also has plenty of room for entertaining in her magnificent formal dining room, which comes with a fireplace.
The master suite is an absolute oasis, with an abundance of space for Halsey to relax and seclude herself.
One thing is for sure: Halsey will have a fun time getting ready in her glamorous master bathroom.
The two-story library, with mahogany wood paneling, built-in bookshelves and fireplace, is one of the many added bonuses on the luxurious property.
Apart from a cozy private theater, the compound includes a wine cellar, massage/meditation house, recording studio, pool house with full gym and guest room and additional private guest house.
The fabulous backyard, with a pool and multiple sitting areas, is the ultimate spot for a celeb-filled gathering.
The verdant grounds, waterfalls, koi ponds and lush gardens make the Calabasas home a one-of-a-kind property.