The material girl is no virgin to the real estate market, but she’s down on her knees wishing on her lucky star to flip this Los Angeles-area mansion for such a big profit.
Madonna, 63, listed her three-acre Hidden Hills home the Wall Street Journal first reported just a year after buying it from Canadian R&B star The Weeknd for $25.9 million.
That’s $6.7 million more than the $19.3 million the pop queen paid for the approximately 12,000-square-foot estate, which she bought from the “Can’t Feel My Face” singer for in April 2021.
The Weeknd originally attempted to sell the nine bathroom main home for a similar price in 2021. The Post previously reported that the 32-year-old singer first listed the address last June for $25 million, a pretty penny more than the $18.2 million he shelled out for it in 2017.
This time around, however, the house may actually sell at the steep asking price, thanks to the addition of a new gym and dance studio to the property’s barn.
Trevor Wright of the Beverly Hills Estates has the listing.
The home also features a saltwater pool, basketball court, 10-person spa, indoor-outdoor bar, formal dining room with fireplace, a wine cellar, five-car auto gallery, home theater and two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest house with full kitchen.
All seven of the main residence’s bedrooms are ensuite, the foyer has a two-story wall of windows and the “stunning compound” is accessed by an “olive-tree lined drive & storybook bridge.”
The grounds are located on a “sun-drenched hillside” brimming with redwood trees within the gated Hidden Hills community, known for its popularity among celebrities, Wright boasts.