Drake Buys $70 Million Beverly Crest Mansion

  /  03.04.2022

Drake has found a new place to call home.

The OVO rapper has purchased a mega-mansion in the Beverly Crest area of Los Angeles in an off-market deal, which is expected to close north of $70 million.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the Tuscan-style property was once owned by singer-songwriter Robbie Williams, who purchased the home from Guess co-founder Armand Marciano for $32.7 million in 2015. Williams was reportedly hoping to get around $85 million for the property.

Drake’s new Benedict Canyon digs include a 25,000-square-foot main house with 10 bedrooms and a whopping 22 bathrooms. Other amenities include an 11-car garage, wine cellar, gym, game room, screening room, and elevator, plus outdoor grounds including a tennis court, mosaic-tiled pool, and orchard.

There will be plenty of space for Drake to entertain as the trophy estate spans over 20 acres, more than any other home currently on the market in the 90210 zip code.

Prior to this, Drake had been renting a $65 million mansion in Beverly Hills. The 6 God’s real estate portfolio also includes the famed “YOLO Estate” in Hidden Hills, which he purchased in 2012 for $7.7 million, along with a 50,000-square-foot mansion in his hometown of Toronto.

Back in August, his fellow Canadian The Weeknd bought his own $70 million mansion in nearby Bel-Air in an off-market deal.


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