Rihanna’s Extravagant Enclave: Unveiling the Glamorous Los Angeles Mansion Fit for Music Royalty

Rihanna sold the lavish home in 2011 for $5 million (£4 million). The actress sued the buyer’s agent and other related parties after experiencing severe flooding in the house, so she must have been relieved to get rid of it.

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In 2016, the mansion was reportedly purchased by celebrity couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen for an incredible $14.1 million (£11.3 million), nearly twice the amount Rihanna had sold it for.

The couple sold the house for $16.8 million (£13.5 million) after residing there until 2021. The mansion looks to have found a new owner for a reported $16.5 million (£13.2 million).

After winning her fifth Grammy Award in 2012 for the song “All of the Lights,” Rihanna’s career took off, and she spend $12 million (£9.6 million) on this magnificent mansion in the Los Angeles suburb of Pacific Palisades. Undoubtedly, this 11,000 square foot home is suitable for a megastar.

Built in 2009, the hilltop estate features seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. A two-story lobby leads to the formal living room, which features a fireplace and picture windows overlooking the garden. This level is perfect for A-list gatherings because it has a huge eating area with a wine cooler.

The luxurious master bedroom features retractable glass doors that extend to the terrace, as well as a sitting area with a double-sided fireplace. The opulent en suite bathroom has a walk-in closet with a vanity, a rainforest shower, and a Jacuzzi.

The rooftop sundeck, with its large pool, covered outdoor kitchen area with wet bar and alfresco dining area, and adjoining spa and waterfall, is the focal point of the property. Following multiple break-ins, the celebrity packed up and rented the residence for $65,000 (£51.9k) per month. In 2016, after a few years, she sold the home for $11.2 million (£8.9 million).