When she says you “Better Have My Money,” you listen. And now that phrase can have an entirely new meaning, because Rihanna can sell you her house! The Barbadian beauty just put her stylish five-bed, six-bath West Hollywood hacienda up for sale for $2.85 million. We’re guessing Riri hasn’t spent all that much time in the home, seeing as she just bought it back in August of 2017 for $2.75 million.
Measuring 2651 square feet, the Spanish-style villa is located in a highly-coveted West Hollywood neighborhood. Tucked behind mature hedges and gates for the ultimate privacy, the home, which was built in 1926, is surrounded by a charming courtyard, succulent gardens, and sleek, modern esthetics. Step inside to the chef-grade kitchen, filled with high-end appliances and Ceaserstone countertops mixed with modern design elements. Naturally lit, the main house features four en-suite bedrooms with French doors that flow to one another. A back house has a cozy outdoor dining and lounge area with direct access to a kitchenette and a half-bath, while a private bedroom suite is located above with a stunning view of the swimming pool, lounge deck, and cabana area.
Though she doesn’t exactly stay in one place all that long, Rihanna certainly does have a bustling real estate portfolio. Back in June, she purchased a property in the Hollywood Hills for $6.8 million, and she owns two luxury condos: One is a luxurious $5.45 million home in a Century City tower, while the other is a smaller one in the Wilshire Corridor she bought back in 2016. Back in 2012, she purchased a $12 million home in the Pacific Palisades, but rented it out for a whopping $65,000 per month after several incidents with trespassers, and ultimately put it on the market in 2014. She’s also got great taste in vacation homes, like the $45 million Aspen mega-mansion she rented for vacation.
No matter where she goes, it’s safe to say that the singer will shine bright (like a diamond): She’ll soon be seen in Ocean’s Eight, co-starring Sandra Bullock, Dakota Fanning, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, and Mindy Kaling.
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