Inside Selena Gomez’s Expansive Estate Dating Back To 1989
Look at her now! Just a few months ago, former Disney darling Selena Gomez, 28, doled out $4.9 million for a gorgeous six-bed, 10-bath abode in L.A.’s celeb- studded Encino neighborhood.
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At a whopping 11,483 square feet, the house is more than triple the size of the actress’ previous crib. And as expected, it boasts all the bells and whistles! In addition to a private massage room, a wine nook and a sunken media room, the pad also has its own gym and yoga studio.
And that's not all: Other special features include raised or wood-beam ceilings in nearly every room, countless fireplaces and a loftlike space accessible via a ladder. The home's also outfitted with a few features that are anything but eye-catching — but are just as brag-worthy! — namely multiple panic rooms and several hidden passageways!
Selena gave the scoop on her Rare Beauty line from her bathroom, which boasts sky-high ceilings, a chandelier and a soaking tub.
Fans get a look at the star’s spacious kitchen — which features high-end appliances and whitewashed brick — in her new HBO Max cooking show, Selena + Chef.
Namaste! The Spring Breakers star has her very own Zen yoga studio complete with mats, candles and even a gong.
The show must go on! Since studios are closed, the 'Wolves' singer said she created a makeshift version “so I can work from home.”
Outdoor living! The yard’s equipped with a full kitchen, stone patio, hot tub, loggia and small separate pool house.
“Things I’ve been doing in quarantine — settling into my new house and guitar lessons,” the singer revealed in an Instagram post.
The house has not one but two master bedrooms! Each has its own private balcony, bathroom, and walk-in closet.
A grand entrance! The airy double-height living room features a plethora of skylights and a towering stone fireplace.
The dwelling was custom built in 1989 by late rock star Tom Petty and his first wife, Jane Benyo, after the original home was destroyed in fire.