Canadian rapper Drake has listed his 20-acre Beverly Crest estate in Los Angeles, California, for sale after owning it for just a year. The property, which British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams previously owned, boasts a Tuscan-style main house with ten bedrooms, twenty-two bathrooms, an 11-car garage, a wine cellar, gym, game room, screening room, and elevator. Additionally, the outdoor area features a tennis court, mosaic-tiled pool, and orchard. The price for the property is set at a staggering $88 million.
It remains unclear why Drake has chosen to sell the property, considering he still owns other real estate, including a 50,000-square-foot mansion in Toronto that he built from scratch. Last year, Drake parted ways with his Hidden Hills estate for $12 million and sold two neighbouring homes to Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford for $11 million. Nevertheless, he may have his reasons for selling the Beverly Crest property.
The mansion’s unique features and amenities make it a remarkable gem, and the prime location of the estate adds to its appeal. It is uncertain who the potential buyers are and their intentions for the property. Despite the sky-high price tag, it will likely attract wealthy buyers who value luxury, exclusivity, and privacy. Drake’s decision to sell the property surprises many, but it is not uncommon for high-profile individuals to buy and sell properties frequently.