The former home of the late rocker Tom Petty, which he rebuilt after a 1987 arson attack, went on the market last fall.
The mansion was sold in 2017 for $2.6 million, and then its new owner sold it for $4.5 million in 2018. In October 2019, the property came back on the market with an asking price of $5 million.
At the end of last month, Selena Gomez parted with this amount of money to take ownership of the spacious house. Located in the affluent Encino neighbourhood of the San Fernando Valley, this mansion is essentially a small town within a town.
The villa covers an area of 1000 square meters and is surrounded by numerous trees. The architecture is eccentrically Californian - the three levels have plenty of outdoor living areas, and the design beautifully combines private and communal spaces.
Stone, red brick, glass and extravagant circular terraces especially emphasize the exterior design. The villa has six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, a series of very individual rooms, common areas with very high ceilings and a large kitchen suitable for preparing delicious meals. Her kitchen is actually featured on her cooking show called “Selena + Chef”.
Selena Gomez's lavish mansion also has a gym, massage room and wine cellar.