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The Weeknd Lists His Three-Acre Hidden Hills Property For an Estimated $25M


Showing off another ultra-private, massive property in the Los Angeles celebrity-friendly suburbs, known as the Hidden Hills, the owner of this mansion Earned It, with a career dating as far back as a decade.

Revered Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer, Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, better known as, The Weeknd started off anonymously uploading original music to YouTube, before eventually releasing three career-starting mixtapes, dubbed ‘House of Balloons’, ‘Thursday’, and ‘Echoes of Silence’.

Amassing an overwhelming international following and critical recognition from several mainstream publications, The Weeknd is lionized not only for the mystique surrounding his identity but also his darker approach to upbeat R&B music, which have since earned him innumerable accolades including, Billboard Music, BBC Music, BET, GAFFA, ECHO, Soul Train Music, iHeartRadio and Grammy Awards.

Worth an estimated $25 million, The Weeknd’s three-acre property lies within the gated equestrian community, boasting exclusive luxury amenities such as a basketball court, zero-edge swimming pool and spa, a cabana, office, wine room, fitness studio, theater, and a barn, alongside 9 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, high ceilings, formal living spaces, and a detached guesthouse.

Available for purchase at The Agency under a listing held by Angel Salvador, this property is ideal for large-scale entertaining whilst maintaining an intimate home life. Featuring white, bright interiors, warmed by wood and stone accents, this residence is a mere stone’s throw away from downtown Calabasas and the Malibu coast, representing the epitome of privacy, seclusion, and convenience.

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