Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Pick Up Traditional Home in the 90210 for $25.8M

Published: September 3, 2020 | By: American Luxury Staff

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin picked up this traditional-minded Los Angeles-area mansion this summer. The couple shelled out just shy of $26 million for the spot in Beverly Hills, against an original ask of $42 million. The property is uniquely situated, and very large; its lot extends to over two and one-half acres in the gated Beverly Park community.

With so much space available, the property attains a kind of luxurious ideal, with aesthetic treats like a koi pond along the way, as well as recreational amenities like a tennis court, a large motor court with a water feature, and fairly spectacular landscaping that effortlessly sustains the illusion that the home is secreted away far from the madding crowd.

The 1988-built home is designed as a kind of contemporary French amalgam, with a hipped roof, stucco exterior walls, casement windows, an arched entry, and a black-on-white theme. The foyer sets a tenor of classically aristocratic design sensibilities, with a harlequin-pattern black-and-white tile floor and a marble staircase that rises to a second-floor gallery.

Outstanding details include steel-framed fold-away glass walls, French doors, natural-toned wide-plank hardwood floors and, in the living room, a fireplace with a black surround and a raised hearth step. The master deserves a word or two as well. The suite—one of seven bedrooms in the home, and augmented by one of the ten baths—features a fold-away glass wall opening onto the property exterior, a separate sitting room, and dual walk-in closets and bathrooms.

Amenities in the home include a theater, a fitness studio, and a library.

Bieber’s fifth studio album, Changes, was released earlier this year. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, marking the seventh time he’s achieved the feat. The Changes Tour is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bieber’s last tour, the Purpose World Tour, attracted nearly three million attendees and grossed over $250 million.

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