Lana Del Rey doles out $6M of old money for Studio City compound

Property contains two neighboring houses

Sep.September 02, 2016 03:30 PM

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With these new digs, Lana del Rey must be staving off her summertime sadness.

Through an LLC connected to her management company, the indie pop singer purchased a two-parcel estate in Studio City for $6 million earlier this summer, according to real estate gossip queen Yolanda Yakketyyak.

The bigger parcel, spanning a full two acres, contains a 5,500-square-foot two-story house with six bedrooms and six bathrooms. It features a double-height living area, double staircase and kitchen with granite countertops. Outside, the manicured grounds has an infinity pool and a four-car garage.

Next door, a smaller property includes a main house and a guest house totaling 2,829 square feet. Built in 1936, the compound has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and feature mature landscaping complete with an assortment of fauna.

In addition to the almond, fig, guava, lemon, lime, orange and tangerine trees lining the property, the backyard has a large free-form swimming pool. [Yolanda’s Little Black Book]Cathaleen Chen

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