Madonna just dropped $19.3M to buy The Weeknd’s Hidden Hills house

 Madonna just dropped $19.3M to buy The Weeknd’s  Hidden Hills house

Madonna just shelled out a whopping $19.3 million for The Weeknd’s sprawling California estate.

The “Save Your Tears” singer, 31, first listed the Hidden Hills home last June for $25 million before the property got a $6 million price cut.

He initially bought the 12,500-square-foot-plus mansion in 2017 for $18.2 million, property records show.

Madonna, 62, closed the deal on April 9.

Encompassing seven bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms, the home sits on nearly three acres of grassy lawns and sun-drenched hillsides and is surrounded by redwood trees for ultimate privacy.

Features of the home include an entry hall with a double-height ceiling and a two-story window wall, an expansive chef’s kitchen, and an entertainer’s bar. 

A wide shot of home which Madonna bought for $19.3 million.
A wide shot of the home which Madonna bought for $19.3 million.
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The entry hall with double-height ceilings and two-story window wall.
The entry hall with a double-height ceiling and a two-story window wall.
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The grand foyer holds a grand piano with sitting chairs.
The grand foyer holds a grand piano with sitting chairs and double-height windows.
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The five-car auto gallery.
The five-car auto gallery.
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A night view of the pool and spa.
An evening view of the pool and spa.
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The cabana comes with a living room.
The cabana comes with a living room.
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The posh wine-cellar.
The posh wine cellar.
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The chef's kitchen with two marble islands.
The chef’s kitchen with two marble islands.
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Pocket doors open to multiple terraces which boast views of the pool, spa and cabana. 

Other amenities include dual master suites, an office, a wine room, fitness studio, theater, spacious barn, five-car auto gallery and a full basketball court. 

The main house holds seven bedrooms, while the guest house has two bedrooms. 

A living space that leads out to the pool area.
A living space that opens out to the pool area.
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One of several terraces throughout the home.
One of several terraces throughout the home.
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The expansive formal dining room.
The expansive formal dining room.
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The main living space that boasts an open floor plan.
The main living space that boasts an open floor plan.
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The wood-paneled office with built-in bookshelves.
The wood-paneled office with built-in bookshelves and fireplace.
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The lounge.
The lounge.
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While the “Material Girl” is plunking down a big chunk of her fortune, The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, owns a $21 million penthouse in Los Angeles’ Westwood neighborhood. He also recently renewed his lease on a $60,000 per month Tribeca penthouse.

Madonna moved into a 58-acre farm in Bridgehampton in 2015 following complete re-construction. She also has properties in London and a penthouse in Manhattan.

One of the bedrooms features a sitting area with a fireplace and a terrace that looks out into the backyard.
One of the bedrooms features a sitting area with a fireplace and a terrace that looks out into the backyard.
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The master bathroom.
The master bathroom.
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The custom-made basketball court.
The custom-made basketball court.
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The property has a built in drive way that leads to a secured gate for optimal privacy.
The property has a driveway that leads to a secured gate for optimal privacy.
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The entire property spans 3 acres.
The entire property spans three acres.
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The exterior of the front yard.
The exterior.
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The Weeknd was represented by Angel Salvador at The Agency while Madonna was represented in the deal by Trevor Wright at The Beverly Hills Estates.