Bad gal RiRi buys West Hollywood mansion for $7M

TRD WEEKEND EDITION /
Aug.August 26, 2017 04:35 PM

Rihanna and her new house (credit: Wikipedia)

Rihanna and her new house (credit: Wikipedia)

Rihanna has been living in real estate purgatory for the past few years. Finally, she’s landed her perfect pad above the Sunset Strip for $6.8 million.

After facing legal issues, flooding, stalkers and other housing nightmares, the singer had decided to rent until she found the right place to call home in Hollywood, according to the Observer.

She found a six-bedroom, 10-bathroom, 7,130-square-foot mansion with a movie theater, spa and fully equipped home gym. The balcony flaunts a perfect view of the city below, along with a luxurious infinity pool and multiple lounging areas.

And this really must be Rihanna’s dream house, as she didn’t do much negotiating to score the place. It was originally listed at $6.9 million.

The singer also owns an apartment at The Century condos which she bought in 2014 for $5.45 million. [Observer]Hannah Tran-Trinh


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