Madonna is living in a material world: The singer is looking to make a quick flip after buying a Los Angeles-area home from R&B star The Weekend last year.
The 63-year-old “Queen of Pop” has relisted the property, located in the star-studded Hidden Hills enclave, for $25.995 million, according to public records and the local multiple listings service. If it sold for that sum, it would mark a significant profit over the $19.3 million she paid for it in April 2021, records show.
That didn’t last long. Just a little over a year after buying a nine-bedroom home in Hidden Hills, California, from The Weekend for $19.3 million, Madonna has decided to hoist the residence back onto the market.
The music artist has listed the property for $25.995 million — a big jump from what she paid last April — according to the Multiple Listing Service. Located in a guard-gated area set on nearly 3 acres, the estate includes a barn with a newly built gym and dance/Pilates studio, a natural amenity for the perennially fit singer.
The redwood-dotted property includes the main house and a two-bedroom guest house. It comprises 12,500 square feet of living space with 11 bathrooms, a two-story wall of windows leading into the foyer, a home theater, a music lounge, a great room with an indoor/outdoor bar, and an adjacent outdoor living room. Seven bedrooms are en-suite, and the primary bedroom offers two closets, a steam shower and a stone bath.
Other features include a driveway lined with olive trees, a full-size basketball court, an outdoor kitchen and a zero-edge saltwater pool with a hot tub that can accommodate 10 people.
Before selling it to Madonna, The Weeknd owned the property for almost four years, purchasing the estate in 2017 for $18.2 million. He first listed it in 2020 for $25 million before dropping the price to just under $22 million, according to Dirt.com.
Madonna has listed the property with Trevor Right of The Beverly Hills Estates, who also represented the singer in her purchase of the property last April. He could not be reached for comment.