The Weeknd Lists His Bachelor Pad For $22 Million: See Photos Of The Wine Cellar, Mirror-Floored Garage & More
Talk about a showstopper! Hitmaker The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) recently relisted his stunning Hidden Hills hideaway for just under $22 million with some help from Angel Salvador at The Agency. The Canadian crooner, 30, purchased the 2.9-acre compound in 2017 and has since put his custom touch on things (check out that garage!).
Tucked at the end of an ultra-private road, the main house, a contemporary farmhouse mansion, clocks in at 12,547 square feet and features chic black-framed glass pocket doors for indoor/outdoor living.
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Inside, you’ll find a gourmet kitchen with two giant islands, an elegant wood-paneled office and a cozy screening room.
Elsewhere on the grounds, there’s a guest cottage, an eight-stall barn that’s been converted into a gym, a pool and even a yoga room. Hey, with a reported net worth of $100 million, the singer's Earned It!
One big bachelor pad! The mansion, built in 2016, has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
A unique lighting fixture hangs in the living room, where there's also a fireplace and sliding glass doors that lead to the yard.
Keeping it clean: The residence has a modern, minimalist design, as seen in the formal dining room and music lounge.
The star outfitted the spacious climate-controlled wine cellar with LED lighting.
Not a ruff life: Tesfaye's Dobermans Caesar and Julius had their own abodes set up in the back. These days, the singer just has Caesar.
Twice as nice! The kitchen features two gigantic marble islands, double ovens and two separate sinks.
It’s easy to kick back and relax in the master suite, which also has a walk-in closet and an airy marble-lined bathroom.
The Uncut Gems star can see the pool house, which has its own outdoor fireplace, from his bedroom’s private balcony.
Blinded by the lights! He keeps his cars — including a $1.5 million McLaren P1 — in the mirror-floored auto gallery, which can be lit up in three shades of neon.
You can’t miss this place from above, thanks to the orange full-size basketball court, which Tesfaye added to the estate.