Even lovebirds Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin love to flee to a comfy lakefront cottage. Stars, they’re identical to us! However we’re guessing your summer time spot doesn’t precisely appear to be The Bieb’s—a sprawling Toluca Lake property that he and Baldwin rented for a whopping $80,000 a month.
Properly, Houses.com experiences the beautiful waterfront property has formally hit the market, and might be yours for the low, low worth of $eight.5 million. As a result of who doesn’t love a quaint lakefront cottage?
Inbuilt 2000, the five-bed, seven-bath lakefront property is a sprawling property measuring 6,500 sq. ft. Tucked behind a wall of hedges (Bieber and Baldwin wanted their privateness, in spite of everything) the Spanish contemporary-style house is actually spectacular, embracing an open ground plan.
Step inside to the two-story lobby, the place a dramatic staircase sweeps as much as the second ground. Wealthy, darkish hardwood flooring transfer all through the property, whereas customized chandeliers illuminate the area. Solar streams in by means of partitions of glass, offering good views of the lake in the entire fundamental residing areas. Within the chef’s kitchen, white marble counter tops and a big middle island with bar seating create the right area for cooking up a household meal.
Along with the eating space subsequent to the kitchen, there’s additionally a large formal eating room with outsized home windows. There’s limitless comfy seating areas, preferrred for entertaining friends. On the second ground, an out of doors lined patio space is the right spot to take pleasure in the great thing about Toluca Lake.
The property additionally options lavish facilities like an underground storage, gymnasium, recording studio, sport room, and screening room. The outside areas are equally as luxurious, with a glowing swimming pool that appears straight out of an island lagoon, surrounded by palm timber and plush landscaping. May or not it’s ours sometime? In Bieber’s personal phrases, “By no means Say By no means.”