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If Lady Gaga’s home does not make you a little envious of her, then nothing will. Or maybe you simply haven’t had a closer look at it. I would say Gaga’s Malibu home is one, if not the most expensive and desirable of her possessions.
The home covers approximately six acres of land along the coast of Malibu in CA, and it cost her $23 million to have full ownership of it. Some of its major features are the saltwater infinity pool just in front of the house from where you can also enjoy the incredible view of the ocean. It also has a wine cellar which has a capacity for 800 wine bottles, a bocce ball court and a home theatre fitted with high technology appliances.
Let’s also not forget about the in-home gym which, though simply designed, has almost all the possibly required equipment. Seems like the celebrity is also a lover for the animals, specifically horses, which is evident from her eight-horse stable fitted with strong and high-quality metals. Oh! The home also has a secret underground bowling alley, which unless you know and have access to the secret passage, then you cannot access it.
Let’s get to the interiors, the home has a total of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and all of them have unbelievable views of the Pacific Ocean. Just as would be expected, the master suite is the most magnificent with high windows, always fitted with long curtains and a private terrace.
The kitchen is also magnificent, especially with the majestically swinging chandeliers, the decent island with a few high stools, and a table with extra conventional seats surrounding it. Unlike other celebrities, Gaga’s kitchen is very traditional in almost every aspect from the flooring, the cabinets and the roof. The mansion also has a separate dining room just next to the living room and the kitchen, and it has a long rusty dining table and traditional chairs bringing out a vintage feel.
Just as other signature looks of the house, the living room also has a conventional touch and again a rusty coffee table with a simple plant and other expensive yet antique-looking decors.
To cut it short, the building and the features are not the only amazing things about the field. Having been built with small mountains almost a stone throw away, and an ocean just nearby, the scenery is one to die for, and the cool breeze is nothing but refreshing.