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Drake Lists Beverly Hills Compound for $88M

Last spring, Canadian hitmaker Drake splashed out a tidy bundle for this property in Beverly Hills. A year later and the compound is back on the open market; the crossover hip-hop pop star is selling the place for $88 million.

At the time of last year’s closing, the property appeared to be a lavish compound to replace Drake’s massive, multi-property estate in Hidden Hills, sold earlier in the year. The residence in question had been owned by English pop star Robbie Williams; Williams sold it to Drake for $75 million.

The estate’s grounds extend to nearly twenty acres, an astonishing amount of land for this zip code; there are ten bedrooms and twenty-two baths across the compound. The main house dates to 2001, and is designed in the Modern Mediterranean style. Surrounding it is landscaping dominated by rare plantings and olive trees; the plantings also decorate the long drive that winds up the hill to the residence. The landscaped fountain centerpiece that stands as the focal point of the herringbone-pattern paver motor court is particularly tasteful.

The interiors of the seven-bed main house are designed with an eye toward light and space; ornament is relegated to material choices, including particularly fine macro-parquet flooring, beamed ceilings, and hardwood built-ins. The kitchen is decked out with clay tile flooring, two islands, and a brick alcove cooking area finished with a tile backsplash, while dining and living areas feature steel-framed and wood-framed doors and windows opening onto the extravagant outdoor recreation and living area.

Amenities on the property include a library, gym, breakfast room, screening room, staff suites, elevator, game room, tennis court, and swimming pool. The latter is finished with mosaic tile, and joined by an outdoor kitchen and lounge.

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