The Weeknd is giving a whole new meaning to “Take My Breath” with his elaborate $70 million home.
The Canadian singer purchased the Bel Air mansion from former Dutch soap star turned media mogul Reinout Oerlemans and his wife Danielle in an off-market deal–making it one of the largest in L.A. this year.
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The couple wasn’t looking to sell their home looking over the Bel-Air Country Club, but were swayed reports The Wall Street Journal.
And they made a pretty penny as The Dirt said the couple first purchased the property in June 2015 for $21.4 million.
The Weeknd’s new 33,000 square foot pad sits on 1.6 acres, has nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, an indoor pool, an outdoor infinity pool with waterfall, a spa with a sauna and hammam, a sports court, gym, movie theatre and music studio so he never has to leave.
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As it was an off-market deal, the pictures are dated and don’t reflect the updates the Oerlemans made while living there. However, Danielle did document the construction on her Instagram.