Justin and Hailey Bieber purchase a $25.8 million Beverly Park mansion
Movin’ on up: Justin Bieber, 26, and his wife Hailey, 23, have purchased a $25.8 million estate located in the exclusive LA neighborhood of Beverly Park.
In good company: The new home puts Justin and Hailey across the street from Magic Johnson and near stars including Eddie Murphy, Sofia Vergara, and Denzel Washington; pictured in January
Old school: The home was built back in the 1980s and previously sold in 2015 for $16.5 million, according to Variety
Stunning: Visitors to the mansion will be treated to elegant views of the foyer, with black and white checkerboard floors and a curving staircase leading up to the second floor
Learning center: The home also features a tastefully reserved library for storing their books or albums, which opens out onto the garden.
Cooling down: The grounds feature a large swimming pool with infinity edges
Plenty of space: The grounds are extensive enough for a soccer field or a backyard concert
Stretching their legs: Justin and Hailey can even play a game of tennis on their backyard court.
Going to the pictures: Other amenities in the home include a screening room with comfy recliners for a movie night at home.
Staying fit: Justin and Hailey can also keep up their workout schedules with a home gym.
Socializing: Once it’s safe for larger gatherings, their covered patio with an outdoor fireplace will likely be a popular place to hang out.
Cozy: There’s another fireplace located in the closed-off living room
Elegant: The more open family room has its own fireplace and opens on the bar and the adjoining kitchen
Rise and shine: Justin and Hailey will awaken to a stunning view of the surrounding mountains from their master bedroom with its balcony
Soaking it up: The master bathroom is centered around an old-fashioned soaking tub and includes a chandelier above it, as well as a window with another view of the countryside.
Gorgeous: The home dated 1932 and remained in the hands of a single family for half a century. before it was purchased in 2017 and restored and rebuilt
In a hurry: Back in October, Justin seemed to have tired of the home and posted photos of it on Instagram while offering to take bids directly on the social media platform.