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UPDATE! Selena Gomez Lists Home In Studio City For $2.799 Million

The 'Back to You' singer is back at the house-flipping game.

UPDATE! Selena Gomez, the Disney star turned singer/actress, has flipped her new home. The “Come & Get It” singer officially came and got it — “it” being a stunning traditional-style home in Studio City, CA– back in May of last year. She dropped $2.249 million on the gorgeous home then, and has just put it on the market for $2.799 million.

Measuring 3,188 square feet, the four-bed, four-bath home was built in 1951 and has been fully remodeled. It welcomes visitors with formal gardens and a spacious front porch. Guests will move from the foyer to the living room and charming library, and into the great room, where vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, French doors, and two fireplaces are complemented by classic detailing. Connected to the great room is a gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances.

In the master suite, two spacious walk-in closets, as well as two normal-sized closets, are the ultimate luxury for any red-carpet-frequenting starlet — as is the spa-like bath. While the main house has three bedrooms and two and a half baths, a bonus area could serve as a guesthouse, studio, or office. Outside, the lush backyard features a stone-edged swimming pool and spa, brick patios, a built-in barbecue area, a grape arbor, fruit trees, and vegetable beds.

Selena has another home that’s currently on the market: Her Fort Worth, TX, estate has a price tag of $3 million. At 10,016 square feet, that sprawling five-bed, seven-bath spread could comfortably fit all her former Wizards of Waverly Place co-stars. Selena’s been playing the real estate game for a while, though. In 2014, she ditched the starter home in Tarzana, CA, that she bought back in 2011 for $2.175 million. In traditional celeb style, another famous face bought that one: pop/rap star Iggy Azalea and her then boyfriend LA Laker Nick Young. Selena, meanwhile, took off for a $4.495 million mansion in Calabasas, CA. After six months on the market, it finally sold at a loss in 2015 — for just $3.3 million.

(Images courtesy of Trulia)