The Weeknd Is Selling His Hidden Hills Mansion For Just Under $25 Million

If you have $ 25 million to spend on a new home and want to live where The weekend once, good news: the artist better known to his friends and family like Abel Makkonen Tesfaye has registered his vast three-acre estate in the Hidden hills from Los Angeles for just under $ 25 million, according to

The Weeknd purchased the nearly 13,400 square foot home (including the main house and the guest house) in May 2017 for $ 18.2 million. The main house has seven bedrooms, two of which are in the guest house, with amenities including a technologically advanced wine cellar with climate control and an elaborate lighting system, a multimedia lounge, a gym and a garage for five cars designed to be displayed as much as storage with LED lighting integrated into the floor.

Here’s how the official property list talks about it, in case you don’t trust The Weeknd’s judgment:

“Located within the gated community of Hidden Hills, this ultra-private estate includes 3 beautiful acres, surrounded by redwoods, grassy lawns and sunny hills. Designed for large, entertaining and intimate home life … a wall of windows. White, the bright interiors are heated by wood and stone accents, including the living room and dining room, the chef’s large kitchen and the host’s bar. The retractable doors open on several terraces, the swimming pool, the spa and the cabin with lounge. “

As is typical of a top celebrity-owned property, the area is also said to offer “the utmost privacy and seclusion”, making it an ideal getaway for anyone likely to be hunted by paparazzi or crazy fans.

The Weeknd would have bought a $ 21 million penthouse in famous Beverly West luxury tour in Los Angeles last year, a much more central home than this relatively suburban mansion.

You can take a look at The Weeknd’s former Hidden Hills mansion in the video below from YouTube user asiaadam:

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