Britney Spears lists Thousand Oaks mansion at a $2.3M premium

Pop star's Valley estate with party-sized spa is listed at $9M

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Apr.April 05, 2016 04:00 PM


You want to live fancy? Live in a big mansion? Party in France? According to Britney Spears, “You better work, bitch.”

And now, for $9 million, you can even live like Spears (if you have the prerogative). The international pop star has put her 1.4-acre Thousand Oaks home on the market for $2.3 million more than she paid for it.

Spears purchased her Valley pad for $6.7 million in 2012, Variety reports.

The 8,456-square-foot residence at 398 West Stafford Road encompasses five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Located next to the home of tennis icon Pete Sampras, the “Toxic” singer’s abode features a ballroom sized foyer, limestone floors, high ceilings, a game room, a wet bar and a pool with a party-sized spa.

The property, which was built in 2010, has 180-degree views of the Santa Monica mountains and a motor court that can house at least five cars.

Spears will probably be moving into her new pad four miles away — a 20-acre resort estate purchased for $7.4 million last October. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen


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