Madonna Asking $26M for Hidden Hills Estate She Bought From The Weeknd

Published: April 26, 2022 | By: American Luxury Staff

About a year ago on the nose, pop icon Madonna offered R&B/hip-hop star The Weeknd $19.3 million for his Hidden Hills estate. The fashionably theatrical fellow was amenable, and the material girl took ownership of the lavish, horse-friendly 12,500 sq. ft., 2.91-acre property.

After a yearlong hiatus, Madonna has listed the property in turn…or in flip, if things go well. She’s asking $25.995 million for the nine-bedroom, ten-bath residence. If the market continues to heat up, she may fare very well on the deal.

The house, for its part, has much to commend it. The 2017-built dwelling is a larger example of a modern farmhouse, but its recent vintage likely negates the possibility of revisions conducted under Madonna’s ownership tenure. That’s just fine; unsurprisingly, a tour of the interiors doesn’t uncover a crying need. The home’s decorative sensibility is refined, unfussy, and just a touch earthy, with retractable glass walls, backlit tray ceilings, atmospheric lighting — including the wine room — and flat-finished oak.

The home’s shared space is a wide-open combination room; the two-island kitchen gets its own alcove, but the transition is more subtle than not. Upstairs, the master bedroom, one of nine on the property, is a rectangular-shaped space with a linear fireplace and a half wall of optional glass opening onto a balcony. A sport court, massive gym and spa, pool and pool house, and collector’s garage; for the equestrian enthusiast, a barn and paddock fill out the grounds.

Madonna’s staying power befits her legend. She released a string of chart-topping albums in the 80s, establishing herself as the queen of pop in the process. The year 2019 saw her release her fourteenth studio effort, Madame X. It rocketed to the top of the Billboard 200 chart, as did every album she’s released this century, save one, which peaked at no. 2.

The weeknd’s latest studio album, Dawn FM, was released earlier this year. It peaked at no. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, and followed a trio of chart-topping albums.

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