The Canadian pop star has reportedly picked up a $8.5million Beverly Hills mansion for himself and his new bride, according to the
Though the What Do You Mean singer, 25, has lived in LA for many years, this is his first real estate purchase since offloading his Calabasas home back in 2012.
New homeowner: Justin Bieber just picked up a charming Beverly Hills mansion to the tune of $8.5million, according to the LA Times. Above the star is seen with new wife Hailey Baldwin in July 2018
Interestingly, the buyer of his Mediterranean-style complex was none other than reality persona Khloe Kardashian, who snagged the property for $7.2million.
Justin’s new Beverly abode is a recently redone 1930s Monterey Colonial, which was previously owned by the same family for 50 years.
After the plot was purchased by investor Greg Hebner in 2017, he enlisted the help of production designer Charles Infante.
The 6100 square foot space boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, along with a library and home theater.
Design details evoke classic California glamour, with banana leaf wallpaper inspired by the Beverly Hills Hotel enveloping the entertainment area.
Getting an update: The 6100 square foot property was recently redesigned by production designer Charles Infante. Above the spot is seen in transition
For the gourmand in the family, the mansion has a state-of-the-art kitchen with a spacious center-island and eat-in seating.
Below, there is a wet bar and a wine cellar to entertain guests.
The outside area is home to a cabana with a fire pit, all overlooking a breathtaking zero-edge swimming pool.
And the front courtyard is equally as charming, featuring handpicked olive trees and an outdoor fireplace.
A two-car garage offers up a modest amount of space for Justin and Hailey’s car collections.
The property is relatively secluded, neighbored by just five other estates.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Bieber’s reps for comment and has yet to recieve a response.
Justin and Hailey are probably happy to have a place to call home amid what is said to be a stressful time for the pair.
The newlyweds, who legally tied the knot in a September 2018 civil ceremony, recently put their extended wedding celebrations on hold for the ‘indefinite’ future.
A source told
Pressing pause: The newlyweds, who legally tied the knot in a September 2018 civil ceremony, recently put their extended wedding celebrations on hold for the ‘indefinite’ future. Above the pair are seen in August 2018
‘They haven’t sent out any new save the dates. They will wait until Justin feels better and is excited about planning their wedding again.’
Bieber’s mental health struggles have been no secret.
In addition to being frank about his anxiety and depression, Justin has been seen in public bouts of crying no less than three-times in the past week.
But sources insist the couple’s relationship is not the source of stress.
‘[Justin’s issues have] nothing to do with Hailey — he is very happy being married to her. It’s just something else that he struggles with mentally,’ a source told People. ‘He has good help around him and is receiving some treatment. He seems confident he will feel better soon.’
Hailey has also been supportive of his treatment: ‘She’s been so supportive of him throughout this process,’ a source told