She’s just being Miley! And by that we mean buying multimillion-dollar real estate at the drop of a hat.

Miley Cyrus may be a country girl from Tennessee, but the singer sure has some big-city taste. She just spent $2.525 million on a four-bed, three-and-a-half-bath piece of Malibu, CA, real estate: The architectural beauty is in the oceanside enclave of Ramirez Canyon. The 1,384-square-foot home, which was built in 1958, has been renovated (ideally with a “Wrecking Ball,” naturally) and is a two-story house on 2.06 acres and a “seasonal stream” bridged driveway. We guess now that she’s a big-time “key adviser” on The Voice, Miley needed a new playpen at the beach!

Inside, a sun-filled great room/dining room combination with heated stone floors and custom accordion glass doors connects to a large patio. A cook’s kitchen with granite countertops and a breakfast bar is a cozy spot to relax after an early morning jam sesh with Miley’s dad, Billy Ray.

In the master suite, a private balcony overlooks the estate’s parklike grounds. Sounds like the ideal boudoir for Miley and her former-and-current fiance Liam Hemsworth, who has owned a house right down the street since July 2014. After all, the pair recently reconnected and decided to get hitched. Maybe they’re hoping to add a little (Spider-Man–loving) Hemsworth to their family soon?

Outside, there’s a gazebo and Jacuzzi, the perfect spot to host a “Party in the USA.” Oh, and the two-car garage includes a special electric-car charging unit. (This is Malibu, after all!)

Miley’s a budding real estate mogul. Last year, she dropped $4 million on a horse ranch in the ritzy Hidden Hills, CA, community. And then there’s the Studio City, CA, home she bought back in 2011 for $3.9 million. She also previously owned a home in Toluca Lake, CA, which she bought back in May of 2007 for $5.83 million. But, hey, when Miley says, “We Can’t Stop,” you’ve got to believe her!

Images courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (via The MLS). The listing agents were Christopher Cortazzo and Joseph L. Masiello.