Last year, pop chanteuse Rihanna picked up a pair of houses in Beverly Hills. The larger, a Tudor dating to 1938, ran the singer nearly $14 million. A few months later, she closed on a property next door, a 1939-built home of similar style for which she paid $10 million.
A listing many times follows such an acquisition, but for Rihanna it was a relisting: back onto the open market went her 2015-built, roughly 7,000 sq. ft. mixed architectural in October. She bought the place in the high summer of 2017, paying $6.8 million. By January of 2018 it was up for rent at $16.5K, and by December of that year it was for sale at $7.5 million. When it closed this summer, it sold for $6.55 million.
The home’s exterior architecture is a mixture of Mediterranean and Modern styles. Inside, it is glitzy to a fault. Details include the striking waterfall island and cabinetry of the kitchen and the staircase balustrade, a stylized blend of bronze and frosted glass. Outdoor diversions include a private patio living area with a pool; across the expanse is a guest house with a terrace.
Rihanna’s net worth is around $1.4 billion, according to Forbes.