Justin Bieber Is Renting A $30 Million Mansion on London’s Billionaire’s Row
The pop star pays more in a month than most make in a year.
If the response to Justin Bieber’s Manchester show is anything to go by, it’s about to get pretty hot and heavy in London too. The 22-year old pop star is renting a $30 million mansion in the blighty for a few months while he finishes the last leg of his Purpose World tour in November. And it’s a splurge without the ‘sorry’ as he puts down $118,630 a month to rent one of the most expensive private homes in UK. Word is, JBiebs has barely christened his new home and the chicas have already started lining up the streets of this leafy London nabe.
Located on Bishops Avenue, Justin’s temporary residence, Heath Hall is a party mansion with 15 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms that sits on 2.5 acres of land. The sprawling 24,000 square feet detached property in North London, which was built in 1910, boasts of a five-car garage fit for his many pimped up rides, a wine cellar in case of boozy after-parties, as well as a home cinema to watch movies on dreary London nights. Bieber’s new digs also has a tennis room, steam room, sauna and personal gym. There’s even a panic room to hide from screaming fans. Aree Rand, a partner at leading estate Knight Frank told Daily Mail, “This is one of the capital’s most luxurious homes and offers state-of-the-art facilities including an outdoor and indoor pool. The house also offers complete privacy, something essential for someone of Justin’s pop star standing.”
Formerly owned by Tate and Lyle sugar magnate, this swanky home was last listed in 2011 by its current owner, Andreas Panayiotou for an astounding $30 million. The mansion has gone through a series of renovations over the years, but retained some of its period features like the brick façade, the sweeping staircase, the mahogany fireplace and bathrooms decked out in onyx marble. In the past year, Justin has been splitting time between LA and London. And if the grapevine is to be believed, he’s actually contemplating a permanent move to the Brit capital. In that case, this just might just be Bieb’s starter home. $30 mill for a starter home—not too shabby, innit?
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