Oops…she did it again. Sold another home, that is. Just eight months after becoming the owner of the lavish 11,650 square foot Calabasas, California, mansion, Britney Spears sold her short-term abode for $10.1 million in cash, a sum that’s well below the $11.8 million she paid, according to property records.
The listing agent Bryce Pennel of Compass noted that he sourced a buyer in under seven days and negotiated a noncontingent, all-cash offer that closed in three business days.
The 40-year-old pop queen purchased the 11,650-square-foot mansion after her June wedding to fitness trainer Sam Asghari, reportedly moving into the home and seemingly doing few, if any, renovations. But she did not stay long, citing privacy concerns, and listed the mansion off-market for $12 million early this year. Spears still owns the Thousand Oaks, California, mansion she bought in 2015.
The stucco and terra-cotta residence, situated on 1.6-acres within the double-gated Estates at the Oaks neighborhood, was built in 2008. Inside, a 33-foot foyer clad in cantera stone greets guests. Just beyond, there is a formal dining room, a wood-paneled study, a grand living room, a gourmet kitchen and breakfast nook, seven bedrooms, and nine baths. The ornate interior is accented with imported onyx, walnut and alder wood panels, stone floors, wide arched hallways, sprawling vaulted ceilings, Ann Sacks mosaic tile designs, and hand-carved fireplaces.
There is also a list of luxury amenities including a 10-seat home theater with leather reclining seats, a walk-in safe, a wine cellar, a game room with a mahogany wet bar, a gift-wrapping room, and a pet wash basin.
The resortlike backyard features a 2,000-square-foot entertaining area with a barbecue center and fireplace. Just beyond, there’s a 55-foot pool, spa, waterfalls, a waterslide, and a detached one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse with its own kitchen and five-car garage.
The buyer is listed in records as a corporation.
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