He’s taking over the neighborhood, thanks to his new Beverly Hills digs.
All DJ Khaled does is win, and that includes the real estate game. The hip-hop impresario and social media superstar just snagged a $9.9 million mansion in Beverly Hills, CA, and in typical celeb style, he bought it off another star: British singer Robbie Williams! The seven-bedroom, eleven-bathroom spread was originally listed at $11 million, but it looks as though DJ Khaled was able to talk the UK star down. Who doesn’t love a bargain?
The 10,681-square-foot Mulholland Estate is the epitome of Beverly Hills luxury. Built in 1992, the home is tucked behind the exclusive neighborhood’s gates. The mansion is located on almost three-fourths of an acre, overlooking the city, mountains, and canyons — and those Hills of Beverly, of course. With high ceilings, oversized rooms, and endless entertaining areas, this is the ultimate spot for a star. The backyard, a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, living area, two terraced patios and a sprawling lawn are just waiting for DJ Khaled’s buddy Drake to come over and sip some champagne.
A grand two-story entry continues into the living room, and as you move through the study, the formal dining room, and the gym/media room, you’ll eventually find yourself in the kitchen, which features a breakfast area, butler’s pantry, and maid’s quarters. Upstairs, a spacious master suite is the picture of good taste, with a patio for lounging and taking in stunning views of the city. There’s also a two-room guest suite in addition to the four en-suite family rooms. And there’s even a recording studio, in case DJ Khaled feels like embracing that whole “work from home” thing.
DJ Khaled, who is also a spokesman for TurboTax and a line of cocoa butter skin moisturizers, is no stranger to the real estate industry. Last year, he bought a $3.84 million home in Miami, FL. Robbie is no stranger to the game either. He originally bought the Mulholland Estates home back in 2002 for $5.45 million from country star Clint Black, which means he made a nice profit on this deal. Clearly, whatever he’s doing is working: Last year, he bought an even fancier property in Beverly Hills for a whopping $32.67 million.
Images courtesy of Trulia. The listing agents were Jeff Kohl and Mauricio Umansky/The Agency.